Alon Bergman

Alon Bergman
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Ethics & Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
  • Assistant Professor of Health Care Management

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Current Courses (Fall 2023)

  • HCMG8530 - Mgmt & Strategy In Med Devices

    Successful medical devices are an amalgamation of creative and innovative thinking, clinical expertise, and engineering know-how that endures intense regulatory and reimbursement scrutiny. This course will provide a foundation for understanding the nuances of the medical device industry. It will cover topics ranging from device design and discovery, software as a medical device, applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning, regulatory issues, marketing, reimbursement, management, and strategy. Classroom activities will be supplemented with optional tours of hospitals, research and manufacturing facilities, and hands-on demonstrations of devices. Though the course is intended primarily for MBA students, it will be open to medical and engineering students as well as to hospital house staff.

    HCMG8530001 ( Syllabus )

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  • HCMG8530 - Mgmt & Strategy in Med Devices

    Successful medical devices are an amalgamation of creative and innovative thinking, clinical expertise, and engineering know-how that endures intense regulatory and reimbursement scrutiny. This course will provide a foundation for understanding the nuances of the medical device industry. It will cover topics ranging from device design and discovery, software as a medical device, applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning, regulatory issues, marketing, reimbursement, management, and strategy. Classroom activities will be supplemented with optional tours of hospitals, research and manufacturing facilities, and hands-on demonstrations of devices. Though the course is intended primarily for MBA students, it will be open to medical and engineering students as well as to hospital house staff.

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How to Avoid Burnout for Shift Workers

Just-in-time scheduling is great for employers but exhausting for employees. A new Wharton study offers scheduling alternatives to help firms reduce turnover and retain staff. Read More

Knowledge at Wharton - 3/28/2023
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