Fierce Healthcare March 3, 2021
Paige Minemyer

Humana and the University of Houston have teamed to launch a specialization course aimed at assisting health professionals in learning how to implement value-based care.

The online, flexible course is available globally through the Coursera platform, the partners announced on Wednesday. The specialization track includes six courses and a capstone project, ranging in topic from quality improvement to reimbursement to population health.

Learners can choose to take each course individually, earning a certificate of completion for each, or to run all seven sections, Humana and UH said.

LeChauncy Woodard, M.D., founding director of the Humana Integrated Health System Sciences Institute at the University of Houston, told Fierce Healthcare that designing the program allowed the team to take advantage of the knowledge...

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