The Business School Alliance for Health Management supports business school health management programs and their faculty, students, and graduates in designing, influencing, managing, and leading US and global healthcare organizations.
The 16 BAHM member schools believe that achieving this goal requires a solid understanding of health care management, policy, and innovation. BAHM therefore catalyzes and leverages member school resources to advance excellence in business school-based health management education, scholarship, and thought leadership throughout the global health care sector.
Formed in 2010, BAHM is a collaborative non-profit organization, comprised of prestigious business schools, committed to the belief that management education, applied to the challenges of healthcare delivery and healthcare innovation, plays a special role in creating new and important solutions.
Our efforts include the establishment of our own adjunct faculty network, doctoral student webinars and the BAHM-sponsored Healthcare Management journal (HMPI). Since April 2011, we have hosted Case Competitions for students attending BAHM institutions and numerous other initiatives supporting the advancement of thought leadership in the global health sector.