BAHM has been the proud host of Case Competitions since 2011. These events offer students the opportunity to develop solutions to a business problem within an allocated time frame, to receive cash prizes and often academic credit, and to meet students from other BAHM schools.
Sponsored by businesses and organizations, competitions are held each year at a different BAHM school, and each member school selects students to represent it. While the competition format has varied over the years, students generally submit a written paper as well as deliver a formal presentation which are then judged by BAHM member faculty.
Students have the unique opportunity to:
- Network with business peers and professionals
- Meet other graduate students from across the country
- Win first-, second-, and third-place prizes of up to $10,000
Previous BAHM Case Competitions
March 2017: President-elect Trump & The Future of Healthcare Reform at the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business
April 2016: Innovation in Healthcare (early stage medical industry innovation) at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management
April 2015: Innovation in the Delivery of Health Care Services at the University of Colorado Denver Business School
April 2014: Creating Real Value from Health Care Information Competition at Vanderbilt Owen Business School
April 2013: Entrepreneurship in Global Health Competition at Harvard Business School
November 2012: Alzheimer’s and Brain Health Competition at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
March 2011: Health Services Business Plan Competition at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management