Education

GRC's contributions to education

The GRC members have increased their involvement in the different programs in the health sector that existed before the creation of the GRC by developing new courses in these programs. In executive education these programs are the following:

- MS "Management médical": program in French for medical doctors (mainly) launched in 1985. Previous scientific director: Alain Ollivier. New scientific director: Carole Bonnier.: Customized Program for ORPEA: 3 days program in finance and management control for the managers of a private hospital group

-  Customised Programme for GSK (Glaxo Smithkline) Saudi Arabia: 6 module of 2 days equipping the participants with the latest development and skills ranging from Market Access to Health Technology Assesment (HTA), to outcome based and precision medicine, to process and device innovation in healthcare. The academic coordination is under the management of Professor Sola

- Customised Programme for Pfizer Animal Health: 5 days programme designed for Pfizer Animal Health to equip a newly created unit (Pfizer Business Consultants) to be able to deliver healthcare management advisory to Veterinary practices

 

For instance, in the MS "Management médical" the GRC members have developed new modules on performance management and professional thesis based on their research and publication. New case studies have also been developed for all these programs.

GSK and Novartis have now been served by ESCP Europe by way of the members of Hmi for the last three years. We have covered many topics from performance management to market access, from digital transformation to cross cultural leadership, etc. We taught classes in France, Spain, UK and Saudi Arabia.

GRC members have also developed new contents for the Strategy class in London of the Mastère Spécialisé en management pharmaceutique et des biotechnologies.

 They have maintained their involvement in the research seminar on Health care management in the MOPP program (Management des Organisations et des Politiques Publiques, research master's degree in public management in partnership between Paris West University (Nanterre La Défense), Ecole des Mines de Paris and ESCP Europe). The research seminar is coordinated by Olivier Saulpic and Philippe Zarlowski and has been instrumental in recruiting new students for ESCP Europe doctoral program.

Several sessions based on Health Care Management topics and contexts have been introduced in elective courses of the MiM on the Paris campus (elective "New public management and public sector transformation", Adoption and adaptation of management control systems).

GRC members will teach and coordinate the Public Management specialization in the MIM program which has not run since three years but is due to run in 2017 following the implementation of the new rules regarding specialization choices. 

On the London campus, a major project  consists in the development of a new EMS program. The aim is to develop a very innovative executive master part time (with the possibility of having a full time as well) that will, through an groundbreaking curricula put  together many of the stakeholders of the Healthcare ecosystem. From executives in Primary and Secondary care institutions, to executives of governmental agencies and health ministries to executives from life science corporations and insurance/payers to naturally physicians. The aim is to help all these leaders in developing new ways of collaboration as well as to develop innovation that ultimately will result on a more sustainable Health System.
The program aims to start in September 2017 with a class of at least 20 participants from at least 3 countries

 

 

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