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Top #MBA Tweets of the Week: #Healthcare

Top #MBA Tweets of the Week: #Healthcare

Healthcare is a hot topic in business school communities these days, and so we’re setting the spotlight on related Twitter posts in this edition of Top #MBA Tweets of the Week.

With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the latest attempts to repeal it, UT Austin / McCombs considered the future:

As the healthcare industry evolves constantly, several programs, including MIT / Sloan, Cornell / Johnson, Harvard Business School and IMD, reviewed the latest changes and trends:

Among that innovation, however, gaps still remain, as highlighted by MIT / Sloan:

Toronto / Rotman and Harvard Business School considered healthcare from a patient perspective:

While Cambridge / Judge examined local support:

Finally, Duke / Fuqua, Northwestern / Kellogg and The Wharton School shared research related to costs:

Have you seen “re-tweetable” tweets in your feed this week? E-mail [email protected] with your recommendations for what breaking MBA news we should cover next.

Posted in: Feature Small, Top Tweets, Twitter Thursdays, Weekly Columns

Schools: Cambridge / Judge, Cornell / Johnson, Duke / Fuqua, Harvard Business School, IMD, MIT Sloan, Northwestern / Kellogg, Toronto / Rotman, UPenn / Wharton, UT Austin / McCombs

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