The best advice I got about pursuing an MD and an MBA was to do it, and to do it while I was still in medical school. As Harvard Medical students, we can do an MBA at HBS in just one extra year instead of two, which makes it an attractive option. [...]
After five years working in venture capital and private equity, Laura Little (MBA 2015) was eager to make a career change. With a budding interest in early-stage healthcare, Laura enrolled at HBS to pursue her passion. These days Laura is still based in Boston – helping to lead corporate development at American Well, a Boston-based telehealth startup. We checked in with Laura to learn more about how she honed her interest in the healthcare space at HBS. [...]
The founders of The Vein Whisperer discuss building a startup while at Harvard Business School. [...]
Health care is on everyone’s mind these days. With so many challenges around lowering the cost of health care delivery while increasing quality and people’s access to care, come opportunities for new ideas, improved operations, and medical innovations. To meet this challenge head on, the Health Care Initiative (HCI) at HBS was founded to bring together the people, ideas, and resources that yield new innovative models for health care practice. [...]
Looking back, the HMS/HBS joint degree program has been an amazing community for me and an integral part of my career development. This community includes not only students in the joint degree program, but also medical students from other schools, as well as physician-trainees and practicing physicians studying at HBS. Even though we are all interested in medicine and business, our passions are so diverse that I am constantly learning from everyone. [...]
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