Andrew Ivanov, Academic Director, GSOM SPbU Executive Education Programmes, took part in the seventh conference of the Global Educators Network for Health Innovation Education (GENiE), which took place from October 17 to 20 at Imperial College Business School, London, United Kingdom.
As part of the panel session “Management of Innovation”, Andrew Ivanov took part with the report “Expansion as an Innovative Growth Strategy in the Health Care Innovation Education”. The report addressed the problem of the design and development of programs in the field of management and innovation in healthcare, focused on foreign target groups. The discussion was also attended by: Thomas Zelltner, Graduate Institute Geneva; Robert Madelin, Cyber Studies Visiting Fellow, University of Oxford; Amber Kennard, Director of the Health Innovation Observatory, Deloitte. Among the representatives of Imperial College London's Business School are Daniel Greene, CEO of Yaqrit Discovery Ltd and Fellow in Entrepreneurship in the Department of Bioengineering, Pramod Prabhakaran, nternational Business Development Lead, and Matt Harris, Consultant in Public Health Medicine. The session was moderated by James Barlow, Imperial College Business School, London, United Kingdom.
Health care needs innovation and we need to teach it. The Global Educators Network for Health Innovation Education (GENiE) Group was created to make innovation a central part of the education of future leaders in health care. The GENiE Group represents diverse, global academic institutions, professional organizations, and health care consultancies dedicated to teaching innovation to future leaders in health care.