Our mission is to help improve quality and performance of care by fostering innovation in health management through knowledge creation and sharing. The Centre is a platform organized around researchers where practitioners, health care executives, members of governmental or public bodies and academics can exchange knowledge and new insights regarding healthcare domain and more specifically innovation in health management. This covers technology, performance management, organisational design, human capital, financing, business models etc. that can allow, on one side, to improve the quality of care and, on the other, to increase the sustainability of the Health Systems.
Bringing together the expertise of our faculty and many external international associates, the objective of the HMI Centre is to contribute to current academic knowledge and emphasize the practice of health-related organisations. Applying research methods can indeed help managers solve complex operational problems by shedding new light on them while creating valuable academic knowledge.
HMI centre's activities will therefore, add value to our corporate and government partners by:
The HMI Lab is focused on providing the best research results in the health industry.
Priority is given to topics with high innovation and managerial relevancy, and research developed in close cooperation with specialized people in the field.
The Lab's research themes cover a wide range of topics related to Healthcare, including but not limited to: