COVID-19: Business and Economic Impact
While Johns Hopkins clinicians and researchers tackle COVID-19 pandemic on many fronts, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School experts lead the way in understanding COVID-19’s impact on businesses and the economy. Carey Business School faculty are experts in the business of health and are working alongside businesses, policymakers, and consumers to prepare for and navigate the changing economic landscape.
Leading the business of health
How do we build for what’s next in the business of health? At Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, we have the specialized knowledge and skills to lead the next generation of business of health, health care, telehealth, supply chain management, and so much more. And we’re just getting started.More than 25%Over a quarter of our faculty specialize in the Business of Health8Health degree programs2Executive Education health courses
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Our Washington, D.C. campus is located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood along the famed “Embassy Row.” With major government agencies, nonprofits, and national and international corporation headquarters all within a short walk or Metro trip, it’s easy to build your network.#1Best cities for women in tech#8Best places to live#1Best city for business graduates
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“We have a platform technology and are one of the few companies in the world that had clinical data in people demonstrating that with a single dose we could get neutralizing antibodies as well as a strong T cell response against the MERS virus, another coronavirus.”
Bill Enright, Carey alumnus and CEO of Vaccitech
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"I think case competitions are a great way for students to apply what they have been learning in school to a real issue and push themselves a bit outside of their comfort zone."
Abha Patil, MBA/MPH Candidate
A network of leaders
“Patient safety efforts should involve psychologists, sociologists, organizational behaviorists, and engineers, not just health professionals. Health care is a huge industry, responsible for about a fifth of our economy, and the huge problems it faces could be better addressed by people from a variety of fields pooling their expertise.”
Kathleen Sutcliffe, PhD, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor