BAHM (Business School Alliance for Health Management) seeks to transform the health sector by advancing education, research and practice in the nation’s top schools of management.
Formed in 2010, BAHM is a collaborative non-profit organization, comprised of the country’s most prestigious business schools, committed to the belief that management education, applied to the challenges of healthcare delivery and healthcare innovation, plays a special role in creating new and important solutions.
While other academic disciplines address policy issues facing the health sector, business schools represent the vital link between addressing the practical issues of managing companies and developing leadership for healthcare institutions.
Our efforts include the establishment of our own adjunct faculty network, doctoral student webinars and the BAHM-sponsored Healthcare Management journal. Since April 2011, we have hosted Case Competitions for students attending BAHM institutions. Our newest venture is the creation of an online Community to encourage dialogue among students and alumni from BAHM-member institutions.
The Alliance aims to help the public understand the capacity of our institutions to bring about solutions to many of the management and leadership issues arising in the health sector on a global basis.”
Kevin Schulman MD, MBA
Duke Clinical Research Institute Faculty Associate Director
Professor of Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Gregory Mario and Jeremy Mario Professor of Business Administration