Global Health Delivery Case


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Global Health Delivery Cases

The Global Health Delivery (GHD) Case Collection is a growing set of Harvard Business School-style teaching Case Studies, each with an accompanying Teaching Note, designed to educate current and future managers on how programs, governments, and enterprises determine their strategies and design systems to meet the needs of patients and populations. These Harvard Medical School / Global Health Delivery cases are available at no charge. To access a full-text case, educators must add the case to their library. The "Add to" button can be found on search results or on each case detail page.

The collection examines programmatic, organizational, and policy-related decisions global health leaders face and various disease conditions, within and across health care delivery systems in resource-limited settings. The Cases can be incorporated into existing educational curricula or form the foundation of new courses and are used by educators and practitioners in many fields. These Harvard Medical School Case Studies are available free to registered educators.

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