Believes that the situation Gary Gottlieb, president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), in front of the opening of the integrated cardiovascular BWH. This case allows students to gain an understanding of the strategic, financial, organizational, clinical and physical aspects of the integration of health care around specific categories of disease to develop. It provides the ability to BWH approach to integration rate along all these dimensions and identify the nature of the trad … Read more »

Believes that the situation Gary Gottlieb, president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), in front of the opening of the integrated cardiovascular BWH. This case allows students to gain an understanding of the strategic, financial, organizational, clinical and physical aspects of the integration of health care around specific categories of disease to develop. It provides the ability to BWH approach to integration rate along all these dimensions and identify the kind of compromises that the hospitals – specifically, academic medical centers – face as they try to create disease-specific models of integrated care. Finally, students have the opportunity, the degree of integrated models of care can be developed within the academic medical centers to evaluate.
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Michael E. Porter,
Robert S. Huckman,
Jeremy L. Friese
Source: Harvard Business School
28 pages.
Release Date: 17 June 2008. Prod #: 608175-PDF-ENG
Brigham and Women’s Hospital: Shapiro Cardiovascular Center HBR case solution

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