A Strategic Analysis of Investment Opportunities within British Columbia's Private Healthcare Sector for a Non-Profit Genomics Research Organization

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2010-08
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Advances in the genome sciences are leading to the development of new healthcare innovations relevant to the principles of personalized medicine. Genome BC, a non-profit research organization, invests in projects that will help facilitate the integration of these innovations into the delivery of healthcare. This analysis assesses the strategic positioning of private healthcare firms in BC to be early users of such innovations. The analysis assesses the suitability of investment from Genome BC into private healthcare firms as a supplement to the public healthcare system in BC. The analysis develops a three-component strategy for facilitating investment opportunities into private healthcare firms by Genome BC.
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MOT MBA Project-Simon Fraser University
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