Dr. Howard Forman, Professor of Diagnostic Radiology and director of the MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare Program, explains how the Affordable Care Act is expected to affect overall healthcare spending, as well as state and federal budgets. He also discusses the reality behind some of its most controversial provisions.
Nirav R. Shah, New York State’s commissioner of health, described the reforms to New York's Medicaid system in a talk with the healthcare professionals in Yale's MBA for Executives program.
Yale SOM's MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare program welcomed the Class of 2014 to campus in July.
Research by Professors Keith Chen and Judith Chevalier finds that most female primary-care doctors don't work enough hours in the prime of their careers to make their expensive medical training pay off financially. Most would earn more money over their careers becoming physician assistants instead.
Executive panel debates the role capital should play in medical innovation.
The sixth annual Yale Healthcare Conference, "Re-Forming Healthcare: Excelling in a Transforming System," will be held on April 9.
The Yale School of Management hosted a conference and networking forum featuring healthcare industry leaders and members of the Yale health-related community. “Healthcare 2005: A Workshop on Pursuing Effective Business Leadership and Management of Healthcare Enterprises,” took place on Friday, February 4, 2005, from noon to 5:00 p.m., at the Yale School of Management in New Haven, Conn.