DIGITAL HEALTH EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

An industry-first executive education program.

 
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Define and Drive a New Era

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 certificate with select alumni and tuition benefits.

Spots are still available for the next Digital Health Strategy program in May 2019. Register today to secure your seat.

 
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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.

 
 

 

AGENDA PREVIEW

 
 
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The Patient Perspective: Design Thinking and Patient Centricity

Warren Winkelman | Senior Medical Director and Head of Medical Innovation, Nestlé SHIELD

Jen Horonjeff, PhD | CEO, Savvy Cooperative'

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From Start-Up to Scale Up: Winning Digital Health Strategies from Today’s Leading Architects

Manavi Menon | Head of Industry, Health and Wellness, Google

Jeremy Sohn | VP, Global Head of Digital Business Development, Novartis

Steven Krein | CEO & Co-founder, StartUp Health

 
 
 
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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, Columbia Business School, Speaker and Author

 
 

 

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