Medical professional discusses options with a patient

New research from Chicago Booth professors Emma Levine and Celia Gaertig suggests patients prefer expert guidance from doctors when faced with difficult medical decisions

Findings show, now more than ever, people want paternalistic advice – not autonomy – for key healthcare choices
Two medical professionals holding ventilator components

New research from Chicago Booth professor Dan Adelman proposes state exchange plan for ventilators during COVID-19 pandemic

Analysis calculates thousands of US lives could be saved if federal government organizes a nationwide mechanical ventilator exchange.
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Chicago Booth announces expansion of MBA STEM-certification to include all degrees

Chicago Booth has announced its MBA program is now fully STEM-certified for Optional Practical Training (OPT) purposes, expanding its eligibility from two concentrations to the entire degree.
Booth Kellogg Trust Index shows high level of trust

Chicago Booth/Kellogg School Financial Trust Index reports historically high level of public trust in American financial institutions

The 2019 Financial Trust Index increases from 27.6% to 33.3%, showing the highest level of financial trust from the American public since the Index started in 2008
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How to help fix the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ flawed hospital rating system

Chicago Booth professor proposes new research and a searchable database as an alternative – and more equitable – methodology for scoring and ranking U.S. hospitals
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Chicago Booth announces enhancements to its Civic Scholars Program

The highly selective program for professionals in nonprofit and government sectors will now offer both full and partial tuition scholarships to students in Booth’s Full-Time, Evening and Weekend MBA Programs


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