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Top 10 reads of 2018

We have long known that the News & Insight section of the Cambridge Judge Business School website attracts an audience with eclectic interests and tastes, a reflection of the many different aspects of business explored at the Business School and…

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Forbes: How one startup is using AI to find cures for 100 rare diseases by 2025

Battling rare diseases is one of the most prevailing challenges of our time. According to Global Genes, scientists have uncovered around 7,000 different types, all of which affect 350 million people worldwide. However, because rare diseases are so severe and…

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New funding for Healx

Cambridge Independent: Should the state control what we eat?

Health and diet will be one of the topics discussed at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas this year. Jaideep Prabhu, Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School, will be on a panel discussion on…

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Forbes: Healx raises $10m in funding to find medicines for rare diseases

Healx, a Cambridge-based company that seeks breakthroughs for rare diseases through artificial intelligence, announced a $10 million Series A funding round. Healx is supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge Judge Business School. The funding…

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Breaking Health: Can Tiber Health CEO David Lenihan disrupt how we teach our future physicians?

In the eyes of Tiber Health CEO David Lenihan, MD currently on Executive MBA class (EMBA 2016) at Cambridge Judge Business School, the “medical school model” is broken. Can his venture-backed startup Tiber Health teach future physicians more effectively and…

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Brexit: time to seize the digital day

For Brexit to succeed, it needs to be citizen-centred. Yet there's a real danger, writes Dr Mark Thompson, University Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, that the opportunity to deliver this will be lost. Imagine if we had electricity but no…

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NHS reform on the quiet

The most profound National Health Service reforms may come from low-cost initiatives that operate 'in the shadows' because they escape resistance from vested interests, says study at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. The most profound reforms of the…

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A doctor with a Stethoscope around his neck looking at a patients file.

Workload and patient treatment

Workload affects both treatment and referral decisions by "gatekeepers" to specialist services such as primary care physicians and emergency doctors, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. People with serious ailments naturally desire immediate…

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Split up ‘general’ hospitals

The financial straits of Addenbrooke's Hospital and the NHS more broadly underline the need to split up "general" hospitals, Professor Stefan Scholtes argues in Cambridge Business magazine. The financial troubles of Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge and the National Health Service…

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Cambridge EMBA alumna joins Novastone

Cambridge EMBA alumna, Angela Single joins Novastone to lead engagement with the Digital Health and Care Market. EMBA alumna, Angela Single, former BT Global Business Development Director, has joined Novastone, a mobile-first, secure digital messaging platform, to lead engagement with…

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