The INBAR Healthcare Management Program, a joint venture with the Ministry of Health, strives to develop and nurture excelling and values-based doctors in order to create a leadership pipeline focused on the better good in the healthcare system. The program is supported by the Ministry of Finance, the Civil Service Commision, Israeli HMOs and the Prime Minister’s Office.
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INBAR Joint Venture Vision
Driving diverse, innovative and accountable leaders working collaboratively, courageously and professionally to strengthen Israel’s public health system and address its challenges.
Advancing a mamlachti (common good behaviors and actions) language and promoting mamlachti actions in the healthcare system.
Acquiring tools and promoting an ability to drive change in the healthcare system.
Address the Challenges
Committing to address the challenges of the healthcare system
Developing Inbar fellows as individuals and professionals
Developing Inbar leaders as individuals and professionals, with an emphasis on leadership and management capabilities.
Leadership: addresses Israel’s socio-economic challenges and their impact on Israel’s healthcare system, develops personal leadership capabilities, and builds the group and the network. This part of the program is in collaboration with Harvard Business School and includes a trip to the United States.
Academic: an MBA with specialization in Health Systems Management at Tel Aviv University Business School. The degree includes 6 semesters and was specifically built for Inbar fellows.
Professional: Sub-specialization in a managerial position in one of the healthcare system institutions. This tier will include management training as well as personally tailored accompaniment.
The next cycle of the admissions process will re-open in the Spring of 2020.
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Shlomi is a Board Member, Nirim Foundation & CEO, Taga Urbanic. Previously, founded and served as & CEO of 'NIRIM in the Neighborhoods' program, in memory of Nir Krichman, an Israeli Navy Seal who fell in battle. The 'Nirim in the Neighborhoods' program, reaches out to youth at high risk in difficult neighborhoods, giving these young people an opportunity to find their way back into mainstream society, both by giving back to the community as well as benefiting from what it has to offer. For his contribution to society and educational entrepreneurship, Shlomi received the 2011 'Quality of Life' award from the Chairman of the Knesset. Along with his work at 'Nirim in the Neighborhoods', Shlomi is an elected council member for the city of Or Akiva.