Health allows people to pursue productive lives, yet many do not have good health or a reasonable path to good health. Innovative thinking and entrepreneurial action can create solutions. In this course, students learn about health and its precursors, from fitness to social services to urban revitalization. They learn to think entrepreneurially to develop innovative paths to health. Students learn how business models can be used to test and develop ideas. Students learn to put their ideas into action through lean start and business planning. Students pitch their ideas to an alumni-led panel at the end of the term.