Charles I. Clough, Jr. Professor of Operations Management
Integrating business and medical points of view on the complex challenges facing the healthcare sector.
Professor of Economics
Chookaszian Family Professor of Operations Management
Hobart W. Williams Distinguished Service Professor of Operations Management
Steven G. Rothmeier Professor of Economics and Centel Foundation/Robert P. Reuss Faculty Scholar
Joseph T. and Bernice S. Lewis Distinguished Service Professor of Marketing
Associate Professor of Economics and Charles E. Merrill Faculty Scholar
AQR Capital Management Distinguished Service Professor of Finance and Fama Faculty Fellow
Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing
Roman Family University Professor of Computation and Behavioral Science
George J. Stigler Distinguished Service Professor of Economics
Associate Professor of Econometrics and Statistics, and James S. Kemper Foundation Faculty Scholar
Associate Professor of Operations Management
George C. Tiao Distinguished Service Professor of Economics
Isidore Brown and Gladys J. Brown Distinguished Service Professor of Economics
Associate Professor of Economics
Research from Dan Adelman suggests sharing ventilators between states could help make up a portion of any shortfall in availability amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sendhil Mullainathan discusses his paper documenting how an algorithm used by health-care organizations generated racially biased results.
The most influential rating system rests on some faulty calculations, affecting millions of people and billions of dollars, according to Dan Adelman.
Healthcare Analytics Laboratory
The Healthcare Analytics Laboratory is an MBA lab course at Booth in which students learn how to apply quantitative analytical tools to improve the delivery of healthcare. At the end of each course, MBA students present their findings to executives who work at sponsoring firms.
Healthcare-Related Courses at Booth
At Booth, we believe in a multidisciplinary approach to a business education. Our MBA students are educated in the fundamentals of business: accounting, economics, psychology, sociology, and statistics.
Among the many MBA courses at Booth exist a number of classes in which students learn the ins and outs of the healthcare industry and prepare themselves for career in the healthcare industry. These classes include:
- Life Sciences: Innovation and Finance
- Healthcare Data Analytics
- Healthcare Analytics Lab
- Global Health and Social Policy
- Commercializing Innovation: Tools to Research and Analyze Private Enterprises
- New Venture Strategy
- Building the New Venture
- Social Enterprise Lab
- Managing Service Operations