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Penn alumna Tobi Bosede C11 is tackling the issue of high health-care costs through a new comparison-shopping startup.
How not-for-profits, corporate innovation, and public service developments can meet the changing needs of citizens in the Arabian Gulf.
A thrilling coming-of-age novel and a historical feature on 19 Penn graduates who ushered in the American feminist movement headline a stacked series of books from Wharton alumni and faculty authors.
Former Wharton professor and deputy dean William Pierskalla transformed the school's approach to healthcare management education and led LDI through a challenging era.
The Wharton Undergraduate Program has already given this graduating senior the opportunity to apply her strategic business skills in the scientific field.
The Affordable Care Act and the government response to it, on the state and federal level, continue to astonish.
The Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists, a time-honored 40-year tradition, took a new turn in 2012 with the first-ever program focused on public policy.
It is difficult nowadays to find funding for an early-stage company in the biomedical and biotech field. As speakers at the Annual Wharton Alumni Healthcare Conference on Oct. 22 explained, the rules of engagement between investors and entrepreneurs have changed since the financial crisis.
Recent data shows how little impact medical malpractice actually has on health-care costs. Yet that doesn’t mean we can’t do better.
Highlights from the 17th Annual Wharton Health Care Business Conference: "Leadership in an Evolving Global Market."