Brigham and Women’s Hospital: Shapiro Cardiovascular Center

Case Solution

Michael E. Porter, Robert S. Huckman, Jeremy L. Friese
Harvard Business School ()

Consider the situation Gary Gottlieb, President of Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) faced prior to the opening of the BWH Integrated Cardiovascular Center. This case allows students to develop an understanding of the strategic, financial, organizational, clinical, and physical aspects of health care integration in relation to specific categories of diseases. It provides an opportunity to assess BWH’s approach to integration across all of these dimensions and to identify the kinds of trade-offs that hospitals and academic medical centers face when trying to develop integrated care models for specific diseases. Finally, students have the opportunity to assess to what extent comprehensive care models can be developed in academic medical centers.

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