Bryant, University Medicine create medical management program

MARKING THE BEGINNING of a new joint venture to educate medical professionals in business management are, from left, Dr. Louis B. Rice, University Medicine president and CEO, Ronald K. Machtley, Bryant University president, Dr. Angela Caliendo, University Medicine vice president, director of general internal medicine, and Glenn Sulmasy, Bryant University provost. / COURTESY NEWBERRY PUBLIC RELATIONS & MARKETING
MARKING THE BEGINNING of a new joint venture to educate medical professionals in business management are, from left, Dr. Louis B. Rice, University Medicine president and CEO, Ronald K. Machtley, Bryant University president, Dr. Angela Caliendo, University Medicine vice president, director of general internal medicine, and Glenn Sulmasy, Bryant University provost. / COURTESY NEWBERRY PUBLIC RELATIONS & MARKETING
SMITHFIELD – As the health care field grows increasingly complex, doctors are expected to assume leadership roles in business and management while continuing their expertise in science and medicine. ?To that end, University Medicine, Rhode Island’s largest nonprofit medical group practice, recently launched the Leadership Academy for its doctors and health care administrators in collaboration…

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