The market dynamics, business models, and corporate strategies of pharma, biotech, genomics, medical device development, and health care information technology are converging. And you better get ready.

Written by business gurus at the Wharton School and health industry executives, The Business of Healthcare Innovation provides an invaluable analysis of key business trends in the manufacturing side of health care. Editor Lawton R. Burns, Ph.D. and contributors focus on the producer side of health care and demonstrate how manufacturers serve as the principal drivers of health care innovation.

Specifically, The Business of Healthcare Innovation:

· Provides an insightful, detailed overview of the most influential players – namely, the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, genomics/proteomics, medical device, and information technology sectors.

· Describes and assesses the market structures, business models, and corporate strategies of each of these six sectors.

· Shows how the six sectors are converging, drawing increasingly on the trends, tools, and solutions of each other.

A compelling, business-savvy look at the manufacturing side of health care, The Business of Healthcare Innovation is highly recommended for executives, policy makers, investors, and consultants to business and government decision makers.