Healthcare Management Initiative

 

Overview

Our Mission 

The healthcare industry, which comprises over 10% of the global economy, faces tremendous challenges as a consequence of ongoing demographic changes, economic and financial constraints, and inefficiencies that result in a mismatch between money invested and value realized by patients. 

The Healthcare Management Initiative at INSEAD was founded on the belief that many of the systemic challenges of the healthcare industry globally can benefit from the application of principles that stem from rigorous, evidence-based thought leadership. As the world’s leading global business school, INSEAD is uniquely positioned to contribute to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in this space. Faculty research is multi-disciplinary, with recent studies deepening our understanding of processes for more effective clinical trials, exploring the role of social and policy factors on public health outcomes, evaluating the impact of marketing on consumer health choices, and modelling how process improvements in healthcare delivery can enhance patient value.

We aim to inspire current and future leaders to tackle healthcare challenges through scientific and innovative approaches that ultimately have the potential to make health systems more efficient and sustainable around the world. We do this by pursuing relevant research that can impact policy and practice, and by developing leaders with the skills for value-driven initiatives in health care.  

Stephen E. Chick
Academic Director, INSEAD Healthcare Management Initiative
Professor of Technology and Operations Management
The Novartis Chaired Professor of Healthcare Management

Research

 

INSEAD’s research complements the school’s perspective that business can serve as a force for good. Business principles have the potential to make a significant positive contribution to healthcare organisations. INSEAD’s positioning as the business school for the world, together with its multi-disciplinary faculty, allows for concepts from non-health sectors to be applied to healthcare in areas ranging from medical products and food consumption to service operations and policy.

As an interdisciplinary centre, the INSEAD Healthcare Management Initiative (HMI) brings together faculty from technology and operations management, marketing, economics and political science, organisational behaviour, strategy, and entrepreneurship. Faculty research is linked to MBA and Executive Education programmes that focus on improving the effectiveness of healthcare delivery and wellness. 

 

Business Science

Pharmaceutical market access, scientific approaches to improving clinical trials, process and supply chain design, incentive structures and reimbursement policy, as well as business model innovation

 

Social Policy

Socioeconomic factors impacting child health and development; and the impact of healthcare financing, tax policy and health insurance on population-level health outcomes

 

Consumer Decision-Making

Impact of marketing tactics, consumer behaviour analysis and neuroscience to understand people's health and wellness decisions, with a specific focus on obesity.

Latest Publications

In The Spotlight

 

Events and Seminars

 

Network

 

The MBA Healthcare Club brings together MBA participants who wish to start a career in the healthcare industry, those who are seeking to return to the healthcare industry after their MBA, or to simply want to learn more about this industry sector.

The two main goals of the club are to provide information and raise awareness about the healthcare sector for INSEAD MBA participants, and to help MBA participants prepare for a career in this industry.

The healthcare club brings together MBA participants who are interested in the healthcare industry, providing opportunities to share their experiences, to network with industry and other participants, and to meet with various career service representatives. The club also hosts conferences and seminars with industry speakers from pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, healthcare services and delivery, as well as consulting, banking and private equity.

The INSEAD Healthcare Alumni Network represents the interests of the approximately 2000 alumni working in the healthcare industry and associated fields. It's mission is to encourage networking and discussion on healthcare topics across geographic boundaries and industry sub-sectors.

INSEAD healthcare alumni are active in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, diagnostics, medical devices and healthcare services, as well as healthcare-focused consulting, banking and private equity. They work on six continents and include the CEOs of more than 50 healthcare companies.

The network was founded in 2006 and is run by a committee of alumni. It works closely with national healthcare alumni groups in several countries as well as INSEAD's Healthcare Management Initiative. The network also organizes an international conference, the INSEAD Healthcare Alumni Summit. Each year, over 150 alumni and industry leaders gather to discuss trends in the business of healthcare and to take part in what has become a leading industry networking event. 

There are active INSEAD Healthcare alumni in alumni country groups including Germany, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom and others. 

Alumni participate actively as volunteers, interviewing candidates, serving on governing boards, national alumni associations and reunion committees, and organising events. A majority are members of the INSEAD Alumni Association and its 42 national alumni associations, and return for their alumni reunions on campus. Over 1000 alumni volunteers worldwide serve in various capacities on national alumni association committees, and help to organise reunions and international speaking events as well as interviewing MBA candidates in their home countries.

Click here to join the INSEAD Healthcare Alumni Network group on LinkedIn.

Alumni from the following Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust programmes may join our LinkedIn alumni group - INSEAD Health Leadership & Innovation - to connect and participate in discussions with fellow alumni.

Middle East Health Leadership Programme (MEHLP)

Innovating Health for Tomorrow (IHT)

Strategic Innovation for Community Health (STICH)

Who we are

 

 

  • Stephen E. Chick

    Academic Director

    Professor of Technology and Operations

    The Novartis Chaired Professor of Healthcare Management 

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  • Ridhima Aggarwal

    The Salmon and Rameau Research Programme Manager

 

 

  •  Reinhard Angelmar

    Emeritus Professor of Marketing

  • Pierre Chandon

    Professor of Marketing 

  •  Ziv Carmon

    Professor of Marketing

  • Rachna Chowla

    Executive in Residence

  •  Jon Chilingerian

    Adjunct Professor of Health Management and Organization 

  • Yves Doz

    Emeritus Professor of Strategic Management

  • Michael Freeman

    Assistant Professor of Technology and Operations Management

  • Karan Girotra

    Associate Professor of Technolgy and Operations Management

  • Sameeer Hasija

    Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management

  • John Kimberly

    INSEAD Distinguished Fellow of Healthcare Management, Visiting Professor at INSEAD

  • Hilke Plassman

    Associate Professor of Marketing

  • Jasjit Singh

    Associate Professor of Strategy

  • Mark Stabile

    Professor of Economics

  • Kaisa Snellman

    Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour

  • Luk Van Wassenhove

    Professor of Technology and Operations Management

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