Professors T.I. Kim and Diwas KC find that banning hospital #advertising could increase patient readmissions.
Once again Goizueta played host to a bevy of conferences, forums and summits, drawing students, scholars and business leaders to campus to make connections and enhance learning.
The first-ever Goizueta faculty pop-up occurred on February 12, the brainchild of Dean Erika James. With the theme “The Business of Healthcare,” it was an opportunity to build on Emory’s knowledge in the healthcare space and to commit to Goizueta’s strategic plan to advance scholarship and create leaders in the healthcare field.
Goizueta’s Healthcare Futuring Competition asked students to complete a futuring, or scenario development exercise, to envision the landscape of the U.S. healthcare system in 2040. The finalists presented their visions to a team of judges on February 1 at Goizueta.
The evening before finalists in the Goizueta Healthcare Futuring Competition presented their visions of the U.S. healthcare landscape in 2040, a panel of senior leaders across multiple sectors of the healthcare industry gathered to make their own predictions.
Goizueta students and faculty traveled to Johannessburg, South Africa to attend the AHIA conference, a three-day event aiming to reduce morbidity and mortality in Africa by advising and training African scientists in business and legal areas.
For a third year, Advancing Healthcare Innovation in Africa will be hosting its annual conference in Johannesburg, South Africa in early July.
Treating patients via remote telehealth is going to continue to transform the healthcare field, providing greater convenience, specialization and reduced costs for consumers, according to panelists who participated in a recent discussion on healthcare trends, partnerships and capital investment.
Artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies are beginning to change the huge business of healthcare and will continue to transform the industry in some important ways in the future.
Changing technology affects every industry and healthcare is no exception. In the most recent Health Futures Forum, Don Turner 14EMBA, the Global Head of Commercialization at IBM Watson Health, discussed… Read more »