Read the January 2016 Health Enterprise Management Newsletter for news of the past season's HEMA events, faculty and alumni accolades, upcoming events and more. Go to the newsletter
As a buyer and builder of urgent care centers, Andrea Malik Roe '07 is redefining what it means to do well and do good Read the article
Kellogg Insight Blog: The Good Merger
Professor Leemore Dafny on how to improve the status quo in healthcare mergers.
Kellogg team wins second place at 2015 BAHM competition Learn more
Tim Calkins, Clinical Professor of Marketing, debriefing the case after all the teams presented at the 2015 Biotech and Healthcare Case Competition. Photo © Jennifer Whitley
Maryland Health Connection Executive Director Carolyn Quattrocki WCAS ’81 speaks to the crowd at Kellogg's health care symposium on Sept. 4.
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Professor Leemore Dafny's recent research is featured in Kellogg Insight in the article, More Insurers, Lower Premiums? Evidence from U.S. health insurance marketplaces
The Obama administration named Kevin J. Counihan '02, who ran Connecticut’s successful health insurance marketplace, as the chief executive of the federal marketplace serving consumers in 36 states.. Read the article in The New York Times
Recent research about health spending by Professors Craig Garthwaite and David Dranove, published in Health Affairs. Read the press release with a link to the full study
Prof. Leemore Dafny recenlty returned to teaching after spending a year in Washington D.C. fulfilling her appointment as the FTC’s first Deputy Director for Healthcare and Antitrust, in the agency’s Bureau of Economics. Read more in the Kellogg Insight article "A Year at the FTC"
Former deputy director for the Federal Trade Commission appears before a U.S. Senate subcommittee on health insurance industry consolidation
Highlights of this year’s provocative discussions at the MacEachern Symposium
Kellogg alumni navigate the FDA’s approval process for medical technology
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