The Hopkins Business of Health Initiative is a new collaborative initiative between Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School and its three world-leading health schools – the Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Nursing, and School of Medicine – to integrate research, practice, and policy to improve the productivity of the nation’s health system.
This new initiative will ensure that Johns Hopkins University plays a leading role in transforming our national health system into the most productive and admired health system in the world.
Ultimately, HBHI will focus on the business of health by prioritizing:
- Collaborative, multidisciplinary research applying business principles to address the nation’s health system challenges;
- Testing and scaling novel approaches for firms and organizations to advance health and slow health spending growth; and
- Identifying cost-effective health interventions and the pathways to scale innovation through alignment of financial incentives and social value.