A consortium of leading business school programs, including the Medical Industry Leadership Institute (MILI) at the Carlson School, have introduced a new quarterly journal to address recent developments and potential solutions to complexities within the dynamic global health sector.
The journal, Health Management, Policy and Innovation (HMPI), focuses on innovation, supply chains, global health, strategy, entrepreneurship, and policy, among other topics. The journal is targeted to scholars, industry executives, and policymakers. The first issue features articles by scholars and thought leaders such as Regina Herzlinger, Harvard Business School; Dr. Kevin A. Schulman, Duke University; Kristiana Raube, University of California Berkeley; and R. Lawrence Van Horn, Vanderbilt University, as well as Dr. Bill Frist, the former U.S. Senate majority leader, and Kevin A. Lobo, chairman of Stryker Corporation.
HMPI is sponsored by the Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM), an international consortium of 16 top MBA programs with a health sector focus. MILI joined BAHM in 2012. BAHM’s mission is to support business school health management programs and their faculty, students, and graduates in educating the next generation of leaders and advancing thought leadership in the field. BAHM initiatives, besides the journal, include a dedicated annual case competition for students attending BAHM institutions and doctoral student webinars.
BAHM member schools include the Carlson School, Arizona State University W. P. Carey School of Business; Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business; Boston University Questrom School of Business; Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business; Harvard Business School; IESE Business School, University of Navarra; Indian School of Business; Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management; University of California Berkeley – Haas School of Business; University of Colorado – Denver; University of Miami School of Business Administration; University of Toronto Rotman School of Management; University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business; Vanderbilt University Owen School of Business; and Yale School of Management.