DIGITAL HEALTH EXECUTIVE EDUCATION: MAY 14-16 IN NYC

Meet leaders from Columbia University, Merck, and Google at an industry-first program.

 
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As digital technologies define and drive a new era in patient care, Columbia Business School Executive Education and HITLAB have partnered to offer an industry-first program that distills how digital technologies can transform life science research, clinical development, patient experience, operations, and business models.

Upon completing the program, participants will earn three days toward a Columbia executive education certificate with select alumni and tuition benefits.

Spots are still available for the next Digital Health Strategy program in May 2019. Merck group discount codes are available.

 
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Featured Faculty

Pharma as Investor: The Digital Health Venture Fund Strategy

Bill Taranto
President at Merck Global Ventures

 

 
Stan Kachnowski, Columbia University Program Director
 
Digital is overtaking life sciences and healthcare at an unprecedented rate. This program will provide the terms, techniques, and tools to the healthcare, technology, investment communities, which will prepare them to transform their organizations in the digital age.
— Stan Kachnowski, Program Director
 

 

Get to know the industry-first program.

 

Connect with faculty representing the future of digital health.

 
 
 
 

 

Preview the agenda

 

The Pharma Perspective: Digital Health Challenges

Craig Lipset
Head of Clinical Innovation
Pfizer

Gati Dharani
Director, Digital Innovation
Pfizer

Digital Therapeutics: Case Studies to Regulatory Approvals

Pam Cyrus
Head of US Medical Affairs & VP, Pharmaceuticals
Bayer

Josh Stein
CEO & Co-Founder
AdhereTech

David Klein
CEO & Co-Founder
Click Therapeutics

The Patient Perspective: Design Thinking and Patient Centricity

Warren Winkelman
Senior Medical Director & Head of Medical Innovation
Nestlé SHIELD

Jen Horonjeff, PhD
CEO
Savvy Cooperative

The Hospital and Physician Perspective: Digital Challenges

Herbert Pardes
Chairman
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Sarah Krug
Director
SoPE

An Introduction to Portfolio Theory as a Digital Health Strategy Risk Mitigator

Rita McGrath
Faculty, Speaker & Author
Columbia Business School

Disruptive Digital Health: Understanding Unconventional Strategies

William Carson, MD
CEO, OPDC
Otsuka

Glen de Vries
President & Co-Founder
Medidata