Professors Lorenzo Caliendo and Ingrid Nembhard have won the 2013-14 MBA for Executives Teaching Awards. Selected in a vote by the EMBA Class of 2014, the two faculty members were presented with the awards at the EMBA Commencement Dinner on May 18.


David Paller '14 and Adam Wollowick '14 collaborated on an independent study project last fall that plunged them into the world of corporate mergers and acquisitions—and could one day bring new medical devices to the marketplace.


The 10th annual Yale Healthcare Conference, held at the Omni Hotel in New Haven, focused on ways providers and insurers can provide greater value amidst the uncertainty affecting the healthcare system.


The alluring promise of big data is to make sense of the innumerable messy and complex decisions made by the world's consumers and provide clear guidance for improved operations, marketing, and performance. How close that promise is to reality varies greatly from industry to industry. A panel at the Yale School of Management considered the challenges and opportunities in using big data to improve healthcare.


Yale University has entered an agreement with Johnson & Johnson that will enable scientists around the world to gain access to the company's clinical trial data assets.


Designed by Foster + Partners, which is chaired by Lord Norman Foster ’62 M.Arch., Evans Hall was hailed as the newest of Yale’s architectural landmarks by many on hand. The building, which sits on 4.25 acres, supports an expanded M.B.A. class, increased faculty, and executive education programming.


The Yale School of Management is expanding its MBA for Executives program by offering students the ability to focus their studies in asset management or sustainability. The program is enrolling students who aspire to lead in these areas for fall 2014.


Published Nov. 20 in the British Medical Journal, researchers found that top-performing hospitals — those with the lowest 30-day readmission rates — had fewer readmissions from all diagnoses and time periods after discharge than lower performing hospitals with higher readmissions.


As part of his Independent Study project, Nick Encina '10, created the Yale Healthcare Ecosystem in hopes of bringing together like minded students from Yale's professional schools to address social, political and economic challenges facing healthcare.


The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, remains a focus of heated political rhetoric—rhetoric that can obscure what’s actually happening in the healthcare system. A panel of Yale experts discussed what metrics we can look at to know if the law is increasing coverage and reducing costs as intended—and whether there are unintended effects on the larger economy.