What are the expectations for ATP participants?

  • Approval from participant’s direct leader to participate
  • Fully attend and engage in all sessions as scheduled (recordings are made available for missed sessions)
  • Complete assigned pre- and post- work (including homework outside of class)
  • Meet with assigned ATP coach at least 4 times outside of class
  • Complete a sponsored quality improvement project
  • Participant’s direct leader will be invited to attend the final project presentation and ensure the work continues using either Intermountain’s Operating Model or the home organization operating model to track outcomes after the project transitions to daily work

What will you get in return for your investment in this course?

  • Approximately 72 hours of combined interactive and didactic education delivered by outstanding internal and external faculty who are experts in their fields
  • Professional consultants from the Healthcare Delivery Institute, Data and Analytics, Clinical Excellence and Continuous Improvement to ensure success of quality improvement project and guidance for engaging leaders to integrate new processes into workflow after completion of the course
  • The opportunity to join a national and international network that provides ongoing support and information sharing for future collaborations

What options exist for attending ATP?

  • Hybrid ATP courses contain a mix of full-day, in-person sessions in Murray, UT and virtual, ½-day sessions via Zoom. Travel to Salt Lake City is required for the in-person sessions
  • Fully virtual ATP courses are held live via Zoom, consisting of two ½-day sessions per week

What is the cancellation policy?

  • Cancellations must be made at least 40 days prior to the first day of class for a full refund. Cancellations fewer than 40 days prior to the first day of class will forfeit 50% of tuition.