Driving Health Care Strategy in the COVID Era: Business Insights from Inside the Ecosystem

The coronavirus pandemic has revealed many vulnerabilities within the global health care ecosystem. These challenges present opportunities for companies and health systems to create new value for health care. What strategies should you be developing for the COVID era?

Health care is being transformed by several converging forces including the accelerating growth of machine learning, genomics and precision medicine, digital technologies, changes in reimbursement and a renewed focus on the patient at the center of care. Regardless of your role or the specific focus of your organization, these forces will shape the challenges and opportunities for industry stakeholders across all health care sectors. In order for innovations to succeed and meet important unmet needs of patients, providers or payers, business and science leaders need an in-depth understanding of the current health care ecosystem.

Driving Health Care Strategy in the COVID Era is a Harvard Medical School executive education program designed to provide a 360 degree immersion into the current state of health care. Whether you are a seasoned health care executive, or a business leader looking to move into health care, this program will prepare you to launch or advance initiatives that create new value in health care.

The program will feature a combination of live virtual class sessions and self-paced learning and discussions. A certificate of completion will be offered.

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Monday, September 14, 2020 - 9:00am to Friday, October 9, 2020 - 5:00pm
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