Very good examples of innovative solutions to health care and highlighting behavioral economics in the last part gives us an overview of possible solutions to policy making.
The best course on Healthcare Management ever!!! Kudos to Penn Med Wharton Online team for putting together such an amazing course!!!
by Vaughan W•
Great frameworks and solid content. A good course as part of a broader foundation.
by M H•
Week 1 and 4 are great. Week 3 is ok, Week 2 didn't add any value for me.
by LU Y•
Week 2 is too general and badly structured compared to other weeks.
by Jennifer S Z•
Interesting course, but I'm not really sure how behavioral economics and evaluation apply directly to evaluation. Since the course description included "medical device manufacturers" as a potential learner, I thought that the course would be more geared towards innovation in medtech. I learned a lot about operations in Unit 1, but felt that the rest of the course wasn't really anything new, and the title is pretty misleading.
by Shreya J•
Expected this to target and talk about areas that need innovation in healthcare. For example, hospitals spend billions on x. It's something to be improved etc. The concepts thought every week were discrete and all over the place.
Interesting information. Would like to learn more cases in health institutes
by Laurance W•
Some videos use a lot of time just to give one or two messages.
by Janet D•
This class focused on operations management and health policy. I was expecting more on the application of new technologies and how innovative concepts are intersecting with health care delivery.
by Trevor D H•
I took and passed all of the quizzes on the first try and did not watch the videos. The quiz questions should not be "what did this person say in the video" kind of questions either. Do better.
by Reg E•
everything is too technical, the exams are super difficult, i will not finish this
by amina h a•