The Intermountain Healthcare Delivery Institute holds the Advanced Training Program (ATP) and mini-Advanced Training Program (miniATP) twice each year – winter (January – April) and Fall (August – November) at the Intermountain Healthcare Transformation Center in Murray, Utah. The ATP is a 20-day course and the miniATP is an 11-day course, with each course divided into 4 sessions.

ATP

The Advanced Training Program is designed to train senior leaders, middle management and front-line health professionals in the theory and application of cost and quality control as well as the health services academic infrastructure.

The purpose of Intermountain Healthcare’s ATP is to give participants the understanding and tools necessary to conduct state-of-the-art clinical practice improvement projects, use quality improvement methods to manage and integrate non-clinical processes, implement quality improvement programs and conduct internal quality improvement training.

The ATP course also gives participants the opportunity to join a national/international network that provides ongoing support and information sharing for future collaborations.

As part of the course, each ATP participant must select, complete and report on an improvement project. The ATP faculty and analysts provide consultation and support for your project.

miniATP

The miniAdvanced Training Program is designed to train senior leaders, middle management and front-line health professionals in the theory and application of cost and quality control as well as the health services academic infrastructure.

The miniATP course is designed to facilitate the development of skills and competencies needed by community physician leaders, clinical team members and administrators to actively lead, participate in and direct organizational clinical management efforts.

The purpose of Intermountain Healthcare’s miniATP is to give participants the understanding and tools necessary to conduct state-of-the-art clinical practice improvement projects and use quality improvement methods to manage and integrate clinical processes.

As part of the course, each miniATP participant must select, complete and report on an improvement project. The Institute analysts and staff provide consultation for your project.

 

“The opportunity to participate in the Intermountain training program provided invaluable in-depth exposure to advanced approaches to clinical quality improvement and delivery system science.  Through decades of experience and leadership in the field, they provide a high-yield and meaningful learning experience, and I’m excited to bring back these lessons to share with colleagues at UNC.”

Dr. Matt Nielsen, Associate Director of IHQI