National Center for Healthcare Leadership|
1700 W. Van Buren
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 563-6630
Fax: (312) 563-6631
The National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) is a not-for-profit organization that works to ensure that high quality, relevant and accountable leadership is available to meet the challenges of delivering quality patient healthcare in the 21st century. NCHL’s goal is to improve health system performance and the health status of the entire country through effective healthcare management leadership.
NCHL has become an emerging authority on the development of healthcare leadership as a necessary tenet to cross the quality chasm and advance the nation’s healthcare. Spearheading a national catalytic effort, NCHL is seeking to initiate and sustain major clinical and organizational improvements by:
- Transforming the industry’s leadership using tested models for competency-based learning, benchmarking against best-in-class organizations both inside and outside healthcare, and establishing standards of best practices
- Executing quickly on research-based programs
- Accounting for results using evidence-based research and outcomes assessment by focusing resources on things that work
- Collaborating with leaders inside and outside healthcare to continuously seek innovation and improvements in healthcare to benefit all of our communities
The opportunities and challenges facing 21st century healthcare industry have attracted an exceptional cadre of high-level industry executives to form NCHL’s Board and Advisory Councils, representing all healthcare sectors, including providers, suppliers, insurers, academics, professional organizations, and policy makers. These leaders recognize NCHL’s enormous potential to meet the industry’s challenges with improved management and leadership capable of achieving successful delivery and financing of healthcare services that are safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable.