Over the course of 12 months, youâ€™ll build a strong network of peers, bound together by shared experiences and a learning journey unlike any other.
The ELP experience opens you up to different perspectives on how the health care system works â€” and sometimes where it doesnâ€™t work. Youâ€™ll look at things through a far-ranging telescope to see the realm of the possible. Youâ€™ll learn how to ask the hard questions. And how to affect the changes that will help evolve the system.
Youâ€™ll get a 360-degree view of the system. Youâ€™ll work with people outside of your wheelhouse. Youâ€™ll leave with an insiderâ€™s view of health care that cannot be gained from any other experience.
The personal connections you make with other fellows are priceless. The time spent with the presenters and the week at Kellogg taught me more than I have learned in any other professional development opportunity to date.
Jerry E. Spicer, DNP RN NEA-BC CHIE FACHE, Vice President Regional Patient Care Services, Kaiser Permanente
First Quarter 2020
While AHIP continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation, we are extending the ELP Application Deadline to Tuesday, March 31, 2020 to give applicants more flexibility to complete their applications.
Second Quarter 2020
Third Quarter â€“ Fourth Quarter 2020
First Quarter 2021
Second Quarter 2021
I canâ€™t say enough about the benefits of the Kellogg session. Iâ€™ve been able to tangibly apply much of the learning on the job already to lead within our own organization more effectively. â€“ Brian Tajlili, Director, Actuarial and Pricing Services, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina