For the third time, this exciting programme (formerly known as the Advanced Management Programme on Health Innovation) takes off in February 2020 as a joint offer by the three prominent business schools at Imperial College London (UK) and CBS (Denmark).
Constant innovation is needed to tackle the challenges faced by healthcare systems and create real value. But innovation is not easy, especially when multiple players from the various positions within the healthcare value chain need to be involved to make it happen successfully. How can innovators from med tech and pharma, health providers, governments, start-ups, insurance etc learn to innovate across the entire healthcare sector for the benefit of patients and society? How do they interact? And how do we innovate better by taking into account a multi-stakeholder perspective?
Drawing on the latest thinking and real-life cases, EHIMP is probably the only international executive programme attracting participants from all parts of healthcare, guiding them towards greater innovative and entrepreneurial thinking to plan and deliver health services to meet emerging global needs.
Please note: The course will commence at 11am for the first date of each module (17th Feb, 30th Mar and 26th May) giving you enough time if you are looking to fly down on the same day. We are also looking to end the last day of each module (20th Feb, 2nd April and 29th May) at 4pm. Again, giving you enough time if you want to fly back home. For all the remaining course dates, the timings would be 9am-5pm.
Start and end dates:
Module 1: 17-20 Feb, 2020
Module 2: 30 Mar-2 Apr, 2020
Module 3: 26-29 May, 2020
- Understand, practice and implement game changing strategies
- Innovate within your organisation through an innovation challenge
- Develop new business models in mature organisations
- Get key insights into digital transformation opportunities
Who should attend?
To change healthcare we must change how their leaders manage innovation, define strategies, take decisions and implement them. The programme is aimed at those leaders that can make this change happen, in particular, health sector senior executives (health providers, health professionals in leading roles, health authorities, health insurances) who hold CEO positions or those one or two levels from the CEO, with potential for career development in the organization and the industry. The programme is also targeted at policy makers and senior leaders from health industries (pharma, med tech, IT, etc.) who understand their important role as necessary agents in the innovation of the sector.
Getting things done, the art of implementation. In this module we will focus on how to get things done, how to move from strategy to implementation, how to build and lead high performance collaborative teams. We will also review the latest ideas in project management for strategy implementation and how to ensure the sustainability of innovation in healthcare organizations.
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The three learning modules, each combining four days of face-to-face discussions with online pre and post module activities, address important knowledge, skills and attitudes developments, both from the strategic and the operational levels, including:
Module 1: London, Imperial Business School Campus
Understanding the healthcare challenges. In this module we will present a macro level framework to help us understand the complexities of healthcare systems, the specifics of the health sector and how it differs from other industries in relation to innovation needs and process, the roles played by different stakeholders (providers, insurance entities, patients and patient associations, pharma and medical equipment companies, etc.) and how they are evolving. We will consider the trends that are defining the healthcare institutions of the future and what this might mean for companies, healthcare providers and other organizations in the sector.
Module 2: Copenhagen, CB Executive campus
Transforming and developing new services. This module will focus on the development of new business models in healthcare, analyzing the reasons for their success or failure. Different types of innovations (disruptive, frugal) will be presented, and we will also discuss how to develop a digital mindset for healthcare that could drive the digital transformation.
Module 3: London, Imperial Business School Campus
Learn and network with tomorrow’s leading organisations on a programme taught by first class business schools in three European countries and supported by the EIT Health network.
Demographic change is one of the main challenges European societies are facing today, with increasing pressure on health and social care costs at a time of constrained financial resources. Tackling this requires exceptional leaders who possess the values, the vision and the ideas to drive exceptional health innovation.
The Advanced Management Programme in Health Innovation Management (AMP-HIM) will be delivered by Imperial College Business School, IESE Business School and Copenhagen Business Schools. The programme allows seasoned professionals to engage in intense debate with top-tier colleagues and faculty members on the key issues affecting healthcare innovation and delivery today. By challenging each other, and sharing their knowledge and experience, participants gain new management insights and come away with stronger decision-making and implementation skills.
The experience is built on active learning methodologies. The case method will take your thinking to the next level, and interaction with our faculty members and peer-to-peer synergies will give you the broader global perspective, insights and framework you need to shape your organization’s future and drive its growth.
The AMP-HIM takes a practical approach by examining real-world challenges in healthcare from a general management perspective with the full support of your peers and faculty.
James Barlow works at Imperial College Business School as a Chair in Technology and Innovation Management (Healthcare). He was co-director of the Innovation Studies Centre from 2003-2006. From 2006-2013 he led HaCIRIC, a major programme of research on the adoption, implementation and sustainability of innovation in healthcare systems. Since September 2013 he has been Associate Director of Research and Evaluation of Imperial College Health Partners. He is a member of the executive for the NIHR Northwest London CLAHRC and the Dept. of Health Policy Innovation Research Unit. In September 2014 he was appointed President of the International Academic for Design and Health. James has worked extensively with companies involved in the healthcare sector and has previously sat on the healthcare advisory boards for MITIE Group plc and Wilmott Dixon Group.
AB Klink is a former Dutch politician of Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). He was Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport in the Fourth Balkenende cabinet. He is currently professor at the Free University in Amsterdam.
Julia Prats is Professor and head of department of Entrepreneurship, and holder of the Bertrán Foundation Chair of Entrepreneurship at IESE. Prof. Prats’s primary area of interest is the entrepreneurial process, which includes the identification, evaluation and implementation of opportunities in any context. Central to this work is developing strategies and systems that help established firms achieve profitable growth. Her second work stream focuses on understanding the key factors in building and managing professional service firms. Over the years she has had the opportunity to develop both areas of interest through teaching, research projects and consulting work.
Jaume Ribera is professor of operations management at IESE Business School and holds the Novartis Chair on Operational Excellence in Healthcare. He was also awarded a Fulbright fellowship to pursue doctoral studies in the US. Prof. Ribera holds an M.Sc. in operations research and a Ph. D. in mathematical systems theory from the University of Florida, and a doctorate in industrial engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, where he is associate professor (currently on leave of absence).
Magda Rosenmöller is senior lecturer in the Department of Production, Technology and Operations Management. She teaches the second-year MBA elective course on health sector management and is also a lecturer in the executive education department. She lectures at a number of other schools and institutions in Europe, Latin America and Asia, including the China European International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai.
Finn Valentin is professor at Copenhagen Business School where he directs its Research Centre on Biotech Business. He is the Director of the MSc program on Innovation in Health care and of the MSc program on BioBusiness and Innovation. Finn Valentin’s research is about science-based firms innovations and firms, particularly those in biotech and health care. His publications in international journals study the role of IPR, venture capital, academic entrepreneurship, national and regional innovation systems etc.
Sebastien Brion is an Associate Professor of Managing People in Organizations at IESE Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. In his research, Professor Brion explores the psychological effects of power, focusing on the attainment, maintenance, and loss of power in group and organizational settings. His dissertation explored how biases in the way that powerful individuals perceive their alliances with others contribute to the loss of power. In addition, he has explored the impact of overconfidence on leadership, investigating the critical distinction between leadership emergence and leadership effectiveness. Professor Brion’s research has been highlighted in numerous publications, including The Economist, Le Monde, DieWelt, and Valor Económico.
Marlene Gyldmark coordinates courses in Market Access and Value Based Health Care together with Copenhagen University, for the annual execute program under Copenhagen University Summer School.