Previous Competitions

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April 2016: Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
Early-Stage Medical Technology Innovations


Business analysis of an early stage industry innovation (defined as a medical device, a pharmaceutical, or an information technology) and its prospect in the market.

1st place: University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
MBA students Dane Stimart, Nic Milliron, Mark Mulvahill

2nd place: Georgia State University, Robinson College of Business
A.J. Hobbs, Lan Nguyen, Taylor Rawson

3rd place: Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management 
Meghan Mouser, Jacob Konitzer, Mark Fergason

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April 2014: Vanderbilt Owen Business School
Creating Real Value from Health Care Information

Creating sustainable, measurable increases in healthcare utilizing existing or proposed Healthcare information Technology/analytic approaches.

1st place: University of Minnestota, Carlson School of Management2_BAHM Carlson Case Competition 1st place 2014
Bryana Mayer (’15 MBA),  Tarun Jain (’15 MBA), and Svetlana Sandberg (’15 MBA)

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April 2013: Harvard Business School
Entrepreneurship in Global Health Competition

Focus on the core strategy of a chosen organization, either already established or a start‐up concept, to address an unmethealth need, underserved community, or the development of novel technologies for global health markets.

First Place: Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Katrin Cox, Priya Mehta, and Annie Murphy

Second Place: Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
Jennifer Cutshall, Hilary Johnson, and Marissa Szody

Third place: (tie): The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Casey Dougan and Tommy Fu
Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University
Hillary Carroll, Jennifer Pasteris, and Cole Wheeler

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November 2011: Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
Alzheimer’s and Brain Health Competition

Development of a strategy for Takeda to optimize the launch of a new indication of pioglitazone as a preventive treatment against Alzheimer’s disease in the United States. A panel of judges from Takeda evaluated teams on their strategic thinking, creativity, strength of the analysis, customization of the recommendation to Takeda’s needs and vision, and presentation skills.

First Place: University of Pennsylvania, Wharton

Second Place: Duke University, Fuqua 

Third Place: Boston University School of Management

March 2011: Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management
Health Services Business Plan Competition

Focus on a strategic issue relating to the sponsor (DaVita’s) business (kidney disease and the dialysis industry).

First place: University of Pennsylvania, Wharton
Jonathan McEuen 


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