Business Health Hero

Leading the business of health

The business of health is constantly advancing. Now more than ever, health care cannot be treated with traditional business fundamentals. Leaders need specialized industry knowledge to bring innovations to market and lead through change. 

Embedded in the broader Johns Hopkins University ecosystem, Carey is uniquely positioned to integrate sophisticated health markets thought leadership with the real-time experience of Johns Hopkins Health System.

Tap into the power of Johns Hopkins with cutting-edge research, faculty experts, degrees, executive education, experiential learning, alumni programs, and more.

Compare our Business of Health programs at a glance

MORE THAN 25%
Over a quarter of our faculty specialize in the Business of Health.

8
Health degree programs

2
Executive Education health courses

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Expert Analysis in the Media

Our faculty experts are on the cutting of research initiatives to advance the business of health. 

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Academy For Health Care Leadership Management

The Academy for Health Care Leadership and Management

Join the next generation of health care leaders by improving outcomes, reducing costs, and enhancing services.

Virtual
Multi-day program
Business of Health Alumni
Hexcite, an early-stage medical software accelerator program, matches Carey Business School students with engineering and design-thinking students and a Johns Hopkins clinician.
"At Johns Hopkins, we work together to bring people across disciplines and departments to try to find real-world solutions to problems."

Joanna Fadel, MA/MBA, '21

Experiential Learning

The business of health won’t be forged by textbooks and lectures alone. That’s why we take the classroom to the field, the field to the classroom, and drive innovations to market. Put your business education to work with health-focused experiential learning courses, co-curricular opportunities, case competitions, student organizations, and more.
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See how we're leading in the business of health.