Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Health Care
This course is designed to expose students to the theory and practice of innovation and entrepreneurship in health care settings, both domestically and abroad. The first half of the sessions focus on various aspects of starting and growing a new health care business, whether a for-profit or non-profit venture. The second half of the sessions focus on fostering innovation and intrapreneurship in established organizations such as non-profit, for-profit or governmental organizations engaged in health care related activities. Registration Note: Priority given to first year DrPH students and MPH 45/65 Health Management students. A course materials fee may apply for this course. An upper estimate is listed below, and the final materials fee will be communicated to enrolled students at the beginning of the term. For more information and a list of past years’ materials fees for the current semester’s courses, please visit the Curriculum Center website. THIS CLASS HAS PRIORITY ENROLLMENT. Any student who does not meet the Wave 1 or Wave 2 criteria can add themselves to the waitlist (if enrollment requirements are met) at any time during the enrollment period. At the beginning of each priority wave, students on the waitlist who meet the Wave’s criteria will be automatically enrolled into any remaining seats in the course (pending no time conflicts). *Cross-Registrants and Non-Degree Students will be enrolled on a space available basis after the enrollment deadline for the course.