Healthcare

Photo illustration of insurance form and stethoscope
Ross Thought In Action
Black and Hispanic Americans are still less likely than non-Hispanic whites to have health coverage, and more likely to avoid care because of cost
Ross News Blog
Michigan Ross is now a member of the Business School Alliance for Health Management, an organization that supports business school health management programs in educating the next generation of leaders and advancing thought leadership in the field.
Ross News Blog
Michigan Ross faculty experts share their thoughts on critical business topics heading into 2020.
Ross News Blog
With so much going on this semester, here’s a recap of four really exciting new developments at the Ross School of Business in case you missed them.
Ross Thought In Action
Professor Sarah Miller looks ahead to what 2020 may hold for the healthcare field.
Ross News Blog
MBA applicants with an interest in healthcare now have even more reason to choose Michigan Ross, thanks to a new scholarship program funded by Eleanor & Michael Pinkert, BSE(EE) ‘64, MBA ‘65.
Photo illustration of drugs and money
Ross Thought In Action
Ross research finds that requiring disclosure reduced drug company payments to doctors overall, but some doctors were paid more.
Stethoscope and year 2019
Ross Thought In Action
Professor Sarah Miller expects the Affordable Care Act to persist and cost increases to remain low.
Money spilling out of prescription pill bottle
Ross Thought In Action
Research by Professor Sarah Miller and colleagues found a drop in unpaid debts and a rise in credit scores.
Student Voices
By John McGowan, MBA ‘16 With the recent changes in the American healthcare landscape, ensuring access to quality care frequently surfaces as a major public health concern. If the United States, a developed nation with access to significant financial and human capital resources, struggles with this...
Student Voices
Earlier this summer, my classmates and I were in the Office of the Vice President of the United States gazing out the window onto the White House grounds when it hit me — “How cool is this?!”
Dean's Blog
Recent crises and news stories, from Ebola to relatively new health insurance marketplaces, to the rising costs of healthcare, have put a sharp focus on the fact that healthcare, or in many cases, lack thereof, impacts every one of us.