I/MBA students: Why not explore Health Industry Management this year?
Consider taking electives (or pursuing a specialization) in Health Industry Management (HIMP). The healthcare industry has an acute need for business professionals to drive innovation, creative thinking and change as the landscape evolves to meet the challenges of demographic and systemic changes.
Interested to learn more?
- Hear from HIMP alumni and faculty in the news in the Fall 2020 HIMP Alumni Newsletter
- Check out Spotlight on Specializations: Health Industry Management for insights from students and the HIMP specialization director
- Review HIMP elective offerings below!
HIMP 6110 3.00 U: Business of Healthcare
Offered Fall 2020, Wednesdays, 7:00pm -10:00pm EST/EDT
Instructor: Jimmy Yang, Azi Boloorchi
Enrol with catalogue: A04P01
This course examines the role of the private sector within the multi-faceted publicly funded healthcare program, including major industry segments such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consulting, the role of IT and public-private partnerships. All industry participants need to be aware of the roles played by other sub-industries. All 5100-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses or permission of instructor.
HIMP 6130 3.00 U: Strategy in Healthcare
Offered Fall 2020, Tuesdays, 7:00pm -10:00pm EST/EDT
Instructor: Joseph Mapa
Enrol with catalogue: Q51A01
This course examines the roles played by hospitals, governments, regional authorities, as well as their decisionmaking and accountability structures. The course also examines costs and financing; stakeholders; consolidation and clinical integration; challenges and threats. The course illustrates strategic management concepts in various management and multi-disciplinary settings, changing technologies and methods of health delivery. Pre-requisites: All 5100-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses or permission of instructor. Co-requisite: SB/SGMT 6000.030
HIMP 6180 3.00 X: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Healthcare
Offered Winter 2021, Thursdays, 7:00pm -10:00pm EST/EDT
Instructor: Aditya Pai, Saeid Babaei
Enrol with catalogue: J98J01
This course examines the entrepreneurial landscape in healthcare (e.g., long-term care and nursing homes), the role of disruptive technologies, innovation, new business models, leveraging public-private partnerships, understanding complex regulatory requirements, and the need for human capital. This course explores value creation through the art and science of business planning to drive investment, innovation and transformation in healthcare.
Pre-requisites: All 5100-series Required Foundations of Management Core Courses or permission of instructor.