This course explores how global health care businesses improve access to consumers and societies while also better meeting their needs.
Innovating in Health care (IHC) centers around a framework of building business models that keep the balance between entrepreneurial health care and the six factors constructing new health care entities—structure, financing, regulations, consumers, accountability, technology, and public policy.
IHC considers how these factors affect business models, focusing on three types of innovations: consumer-focused, technology-driven, and integrations that create scale.
Course duration: 9 weeks
Number of modules within the course: N/A
Entity offering the course: Harvard University
Language of instruction: English