MedAxiom and Wharton Online Team Up to Empower CV Leaders


More than 50 cardiovascular professionals and clinicians took part in the first cohort of the Cardiovascular Business and Management Essentials Program developed by MedAxiom and Wharton Online. The second cohort will kick off this month.

The four-month program, which launched last year, is focused on delivering the essential skills and business acumen needed to lead in the competitive and rapidly changing cardiovascular health care landscape. Featuring world-class faculty with expertise on health care operations, health care leadership and management, and health care economics, the program weaves together an innovative blend of live and asynchronous sessions.

The program combines MedAxiom's commitment to education, innovation and community with the power of Wharton's research-based executive programs. Taken together, participants come away with not only business fundamentals, but critical and competitive strategies necessary to lead and navigate the continuously changing cardiovascular landscape.

See the complete list of first-round course graduates below. To learn more about the program and register for future cohorts, visit

Allen Taylor
Amit Keswani
Amy Goodman
Andrew Miller
Andrew Waxler
Angela Weingarten
Anne O'Connor
Annette Ansong
Arthur Reitman
Bhavin Patel
Carolyn Van Why
Corrin Mccloskey
David Charles
David Cragg
David Zhao
Deborah Kwon
Derrick Lieb
Dipti Itchhaporia
Erskine James
Furrukh Malik
Georges Haidar
Jack Chamberlin
James Vavricek
Jasdeep Dalawari
Jason Mathisen
John Saxon
Joseph Cleveland
Juan Sotomonte-Ariza
Julie Kozlowski
Karlen Lamp
Kimberly Campbell
Larry Sobal
Malissa Wood
Marc Toth
Marella Yates
Mike Plantz
Neerav Sheth
Osama Ibrahim
Paul Wehman
Pooja Sethi
Samer Khouri
Sankar Varanasi
Sherryl Croitor
Siby Ayalloore
Sriram Padmanabham
Stephanie Bazinet
Sujana Gundlapalli
Sumeet Chhabra
Suneet Mittal
Ted Kincaid
Tiffany Street
Wade May
Wendy Adkins
William Downey

Clinical Topics: Cardiovascular Care Team, Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathies, Acute Heart Failure

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