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Healthcare leaders already face many challenges – changes in demographics, the explosion of new technology, constraints in funding and other resources, and the need to ensure affordability. The future doesn’t look stable, with new players entering the field, the context rapidly changing, new business models appearing, and demands from citizens and politicians increasing.

In this Imperial Executive Education webinar, Professor James Barlow discusses how the 20th-century paradigms for healthcare are changing into 21st-century paradigms, and what this means for the healthcare value chain. How will innovations establish new interdependencies between players in the value chain? What might be the main parameters which influence change?

Professor Barlow is the Co-Director of our Executive Health Innovation Management Programme, which connects global health leaders with the latest theories and practical cases in healthcare innovation. 

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Executive Health Innovation Management Programme

12-day programme for healthcare executives
James Barlow

About James Barlow

Chair in Innovation and Technology Management
Professor James Barlow is Chair in Technology and Innovation Management – Healthcare. His research looks at the adoption and sustainability of innovation in healthcare. He teaches on MSc International Health Management programme and on several Executive Education courses.