Faculty Focus

 
Innovating In Health Care is the focus of Professor Regina Herzlinger’s research, which has earned her the title of “Godmother of Consumer-Driven Health Care.” Her work was key to introducing consumer-driven health plans and “focused health factories,” such as centers for orthopedics, cardiology, or cancer care. 
            

 

Featured Research

  • NEJM Catalyst

My Favorite Slide: The Entrepreneurial Gap Applied to Health Care

By: Robert S. Kaplan and Robert Simons
  • February 2017 (Revised February 2018)
  • Faculty Research

Hebrew SeniorLife: Disseminating Excellence in Elder Care and Housing

By: Regina E. Herzlinger, Carin-Isabel Knoop and Olivia Hull
  • January 2017
  • Faculty Research

Intrapreneurship at DaVita HealthCare Partners: Cash Flow Tool

By: Joseph B. Fuller and Christopher Payton
  • November 2016 (Revised November 2016)
  • Faculty Research

Radial Analytics Probes Post-Acute Care

By: Richard G. Hamermesh and Olivia Hull
 

MBA Courses

Commercializing Science: Technology Strategy & Business Models for Science-Based Enterprises

This course covers three main themes: technology strategy, business model design, and leadership, covering issues like managing risky technological bets, selecting and resourcing projects, building teams and managing scientists in a commercial setting, incentive design, intellectual property strategies, licensing and partnering, vertical integration decisions, and financing of science-based ventures. The course includes case materials from a broad array of science-based sectors, including biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, alternative energy and advanced materials.

Innovating in Health Care

This class embraces every part of the health care sector, including insurance, services, IT, medical devices, biotechnology, diagnostics, and pharmaceuticals. The course has a global focus, with case studies set in Brazil, India, Spain, the UK, and the US, among other countries