GHLI works collaboratively with partners in China to address a diverse set of health delivery reforms and challenges facing the Chinese health system.

 The Yale Hospital Management and Leadership Program engages hospital management teams in lectures and exercises to strengthen leadership and management, team problem solving capacities, and effective followership.

The executive style format and experiential teaching approach of the Yale Hospital Management Leadership Program will enable participants to continue full-time work and learn alongside their colleagues as they take on real day-to-day hospital challenges.

 Upon program completion, hospital teams will have developed and formally presented strategies tailored at addressing real problems in their respective hospital settings. Graduating participants will receive a certificate of completion from the Yale School of Public Health. 

Another recent partnership included The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women: Yale-Tsinghua Certificate Program in International Healthcare Management program which trained female health care administrators in China by offering practical field experience and classroom work to women across the health system, with a focus on those working in rural and underserved urban communities. The program was the first in China between two internationally renowned universities to target female health care administrators from secondary and county level hospitals, community health centers and local health bureaus throughout the country.