New appointees join World Health Innovation Network

The World Health Innovation Network, based at the Odette School of Business, has announced the addition of three new members of its team.

Peter Vaughan, retired deputy minister of health and wellness for Nova Scotia, has signed on as a member of the advisory council.

Mark Kohler, founder of the financial advisory group Exelerate Capital, is a health leader-in-residence.

Harold Wolf, director of the healthcare consultancy the Chartis Group, has joined the faculty as an adjunct professor.

The World Health Innovation Network works to advance healthcare innovation, achieving value for patients and driving economic growth for innovators.

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