Strategy, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship Professor Dennie Kim joined Darden Admissions for the latest installment of “Office Hours”, presented by Darden Ideas to Action. View the recording or check out an audio version by streaming the conversation on the Experience Darden or ExecMBA podcasts.

During the conversation, Kim shared more about his background growing up in New York City, how he knew he wanted to be a teacher, what attracted him to healthcare and how COVID-19 has highlighted challenges and inequities in the US healthcare system. Kim discussed how retail health clinics (think Target, Walgreens, CVS) play an important role in the broader healthcare system, and how their accessibility was a key factor in battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Kim also shared his advice for MBA students considering a career in healthcare, and the importance of understanding the strategic pain points of those involved in daily patient care.

Kim is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the Strategy, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship area at Darden. His research examines the design and performance of whole organizational networks, with particular interest in US healthcare delivery and reform. Current work examines the networks of Medicare Accountable Care Organizations and surgical procedures, as well as the emergence of retail health clinics in the US. View Kim’s thought leadership articles on Ideas to Action.

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