The Health Innovators Fellowship is generously funded by Prisma Health (formerly known as Greenville Health System).
We will begin nominations for the sixth class of Health Innovators Fellows on December 2, 2019. If you would like to be notified when we open and close nominations, please fill out this form.
About the Fellowship
Each class consists of 20 Fellows who participate in four seminars of 6 to 7 days each, directed by experienced Aspen Institute-certified instructors. Fellows commit to attending all four seminars in their entirety, for a total of approximately 26 days of seminar meetings. The Fellowship is advised by a six-member Board of Overseers.
About the Program
Fellows are part of a group of inspired and dedicated leaders who are changing the landscape of the U.S. health care system. These men and women are "doers" and are committed to making an impact. As Health Innovators Fellows, they are part of the larger Aspen Global Leadership Network (AGLN), a worldwide community of successful, high-integrity, entrepreneurial leaders committed to making the world a better place.About the AGLN
Each Health Innovators Fellow must commit to designing and launching a leadership venture of his or her own choosing. This initiative mobilizes Fellows’ energies, skills, and resources to address pressing U.S. health care challenges. The leadership venture requirement is integral to the Fellowship experience.
Health Innovators Fellowship News
21 senior health care leaders were chosen to join the Health Innovators Fellowship's fifth class and the program's network of health care entrepreneurs and innovators from across the US. Fellows from this class hail from all parts of the country and work across the health care ecosystem, with expertise ranging from mental health and medicine to ... moreon 07/17/2019 07:27 AM
The debate about U.S. health care can seem never-ending, but Health Innovators Fellows are working to break through the noise. Last week, members of the Health Innovators Fellowship’s third class shared how they are addressing injustices in U.S. health care at Aspen Ideas: Health 2019. Their session, “And Justice for All,” focused on inadequate ... moreon 06/28/2019 01:45 PM