Wall Street Journal Examines Business Schools’ Focus On Health Care

The Wall Street Journal examines how some top business schools are tailoring their programs to students who are interested in the health care industry, “which promises to grow as populations age and those in developing countries demand access to the latest treatments.” The newspaper writes, “With research, consulting projects and executive training courses, B-school academics are focusing more than ever on a sector that is among the world’s largest, arguing that good management is a key part of good medicine” (Gardiner, 6/15).

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