After some weeks of waiting, the course record of the Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship is public.

The experience has been interesting as it was with the venture-lab course or the machine learning course, but completely different.

The Duke felt like a class based course moved to the Coursera training platform. Less interactive between students and between student-teaching team.

The content was good, but probably too US centric for non Americans. Anyway, the healthcare world is highly localised, so that was not unexpected.

Was the experience good? Yes, the content was a good introduction to innovation in healthcare but felt slightly old. Regulatory rules make difficult to apply fail early methodologies to healthcare, but the course contents and teaching tools where extremely formal. Some references to funding would have been useful.

Did you attend to the course? What do you think about it?