Executive Health Innovation Management Programme
Making Innovation Happen in Healthcare
Making Innovation Happen
Providing new insights and proven frameworks, the Executive Health Innovation Management Programme prepares top executives to face the demands of the evolving healthcare challenges—in Europe and beyond. The programme draws on the outstanding faculties of three top business schools to create an enlightening, academically rigorous, and highly practical learning experience.
Please download last years programme brochure at the top of the page. A new brochure will be uploaded soon.
The programme is conducted in collaboration with Imperial College Business School, UK and IESE Business School, Spain
For any manager in the health sector there is no doubt that innovation is key to the future sustainability of his or her organisation. Managers already face many challenges – changes in demographics, the explosion of new technology in the med tech, life sciences and digital sectors, the need to care for populations that enjoy longer lives but increasingly experience long term chronic diseases, the need for organisational and process innovations to improve quality and safety but also maintain affordability.
The focus of the EHIMP is to prepare leaders in the healthcare sector for the future and equip them with the knowledge they need to lead the changes in the existing systems and the development of new services and solutions.
The three modules have been organised broadly around key stages in an innovation journey, from understanding the problems and challenges through ideation of solutions to implementation.
In London: Understanding health challenges and how to deal with them through innovation. Imperial College Business School. We will explore the healthcare challenges of developed countries, the responses that are being introduced, their implications, how health systems innovate, and the roles played by the different agents in the system.
In Copenhagen: Ideating new solutions through innovation. How do we incorporate new thinking, and how does this play out from different perspectives (policy, provider, finance, industry supply chain). We will explore the possibilities created by digitalisation, social data analytics, partnerships etc. We will deal with assessment of innovation and the measurement of performance.
In Barcelona: Getting things done, implementing different types of innovations in practice. IESE Business School. We will discuss how highly complex systems and organisations can be managed to facilitate the deployment of innovation, and how organisations bridge the gap from strategic ideas into successful implementation.
Download last years programme brochure at the top of the page. A new brochure will be uploaded soon.
Raise your game - Hone your knowledge and strategic thinking about healthcare innovation. Learn to align your corporate strategies with the latest global trends, identify new opportunities for innovation and address your challenges more efficiently.
Exchange insights with other leaders - Gain new perspectives through interaction with senior executives from all over the world. The exchange of insight, experience and vision will empower you to persuade and collaborate with others more effectively.
Build a strong international network - The EHIMP is built on interaction, collaboration and shared learning among the participants, and between the participants and faculty.
Reflect and improve your leadership style - Take a step back and revise what it means to lead.
Learn with minimal work disruption - The programme is designed to adapt to the top executives busy timetables.
The programme is aimed at those leaders that can make this change happen and who understand their important role as necessary agents in the innovation of the sector. In particular, health sector senior executives (health providers, health professionals in leading roles, health authorities, health insurances) as well as senior leaders from health industries (pharma, medtech, IT, etc.).
Anyone who has been part of this programme, I have been able to learn something from.
We will be even more competitive
Knowledge exchange around the content
Opportunity to work on a personal project
A very strong mix
Really compelling for me
Dates for 2018:
Module 1 - Understanding health challenges and how to deal with them through innovation
LONDON: 25 - 28 June, 2018
Module 2 - Ideating new solutions through innovation
COPENHAGEN: 10 - 13 September, 2018
Dates for 2019 will be announced soon
Module 3 - Getting things done, implementing different types of innovations in practice
BARCELONA: 12 - 15 November, 2018
The programme will have a limited number of seats on a first come - first serve basis.
EIT Health members: EUR 12,000
Non-EIT Health members: EUR 14,000
The programme fee includes tuition, reading materials and most meals.
All registrations are to be approved by the Admissions Committee.