All over the world, entrepreneurs and leaders are piloting new ways to scale up primary care, increase access to life-changing surgery, reduce maternal death, treat heart disease, and correct vision errors along with countless other needs. Going beyond developing drugs in a distant lab, these innovators are pioneering novel business models for healthcare delivery.
Join us if you’re interested in applying business thinking about scale, sustainability, and quality to one of the world’s most pressing problems: getting healthcare to the people who most need it.
Business Model Innovation in Frontier Markets: Global Health will be offered Fall 2013 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1pm to 2:30pm. The class is H1 graduate elective 15.232 and is a 6-unit letter grade class. MIT or cross-registered graduate students who have not taken at least three management or business classes must apply to the instructor for permission to enroll before the first day of class.