Scientific discoveries and medical advances, next-generation technology solutions, payment reform, changing societal expectations, and new models of care are dramatically transforming health care delivery. Staying at the forefront of innovation requires constant vigilance. And for health care leaders, it requires an understanding of the latest opportunities and challenges, as well as their potential impact. In this highly interactive program, you will engage with Harvard University faculty as you discuss topics ranging from personalized medicine and social media to accountable care organizations (ACOs) and medical leadership.
While examining the complex challenges and emerging opportunities in today's health care system, participants will identify the key issues emerging in the health care arena. By exploring these new ideas and solutions with faculty and colleagues, you will be better equipped to form a vision and plan for keeping your organization at the forefront of innovation.
This program examines the latest technological, scientific, organizational, and financial innovations in health care through a series of real-world case studies, relevant lectures, and dynamic dialogue. This new HBS offering explores five core areas: new science, regulatory and finance reform, innovative technology, consumer behavior, and service innovation.
Emerging Issues in Health Care is designed for experienced individuals in clinical or nonclinical roles from all sectors of the health care industry. Past participants have worked for medical systems, community and regional hospitals, academic medical centers, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), managed care organizations (MCOs), and insurance companies, as well as medical technology and equipment manufacturers, pharmaceutical and biotech firms, and medical device companies.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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