Yes, it seems the healthcare systems
Starting in the fall of 2020, the university’s traditional two-year master’s of business administration degree will take a hard turn toward health, with a particularly heavy focus on quant skills, from exposure to coding to data analysis, said Alexander Triantis, dean of the Carey Business School.
This is not good because they see the writing on the wall. We are heading towards a system of administrators and LELTs. That’s it.
Instead of focusing on health care or health-care management through electives in the second half of the two-year degree, when Johns Hopkins reboots its M.B.A. in the fall, the health-intensive track will start almost immediately, Mr. Triantis said.
The new curriculum will include a consulting project where students partner with a company, such as a hospital chain or pharmaceutical maker, to analyze data that can help solve a problem for them. The program also will require students to take a course on artificial intelligence, and M.B.A. candidates will need to learn statistical programs in bootcamp-type courses when they first arrive on campus.
We need to stop letting these people hijack healthcare. If we sit back and do nothing then it is our fault for what happens.