Healthcare at Kellogg’s Deep Dive Evanston Alumni Event welcomed Parth Mehrotra '06 MBA, CEO of Privia Health on Friday, February 9 for Kellogg alumni and students. The event was moderated by Craig Garthwaite, Director of Healthcare at Kellogg, Profes
It was wonderful to see so many Kellogg alumni in early January in San Francisco at our annual alumni networking event held in conjunction with the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference.
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Recording from Perspectives on the Business of Healthcare with Peter J. Arduini '95 MBA, President and CEO, GE Healthcare
Healthcare at Kellogg welcomed Peter J. Arduini ’95 MBA, CEO of GE Healthcare for a Perspective on the Business of Healthcare event on Friday, November 3 for Kellogg students. The Perspective event was moderated by W. James McNerney Jr., Senior Advisor
Guest speakers Toyin Ajayi, MD, Co-founder and CEO of Cityblock Health, David Munar, CEO of Howard Brown Health, Michael McWilliams, MD, PhD, Warren Alpert Foundation Professor of Health Care Policy, Sarah Chouinard, MD, CMO, Main Street Health
Discussion with Professor Amanda Starc, recorded from the Deep Dive Evanston Alumni Networking Event, February 10, 2023
This is the first of a regular series of updates that Professor Craig Garthwaite will be sending out to members of the Kellogg Alumni Healthcare Network.
Healthcare in the U.S. is many things. It’s innovative. It’s expensive. But above all, it’s complicated. From sprawling hospital systems to local clinics, what goes on behind the scenes? Who gets paid, and who does the paying?
Article features Professor David Dranove, who says that Amita Health’s network split runs counter to industry trends, as most hospital systems grow through acquisitions.
What happens when a revamp meets a pandemic?
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