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About the course
The Indian Healthcare sector is growing at a tremendous pace to become a US$ 280 billion industry by 2020. Leading and managing healthcare sector requires specific skill sets to deal with internal and external challenges. Keeping pace with the growing need for professionalism in establishing and running the healthcare facilities, this management development programme provides the medical professionals with basic industry specific management skills. The programme shall give them a comprehensive grounding in different aspects of healthcare management with a view to enhance their understanding of the contemporary issue in modern healthcare, and to increase the efficiency and quality of healthcare delivery. It seeks to equip the participants with relevant issues in health care management in order to enhance their entrepreneurial skills as well.
- Financial Management
- Project Management
- Healthcare Marketing & Sales
- Hospital Operations & Supply Chain Management
- Healthcare regulatory and policy framework
- Human resources management in Healthcare
- Technology in Healthcare
- Healthcare Analytics
- Leadership in healthcare
The course will be conducted through a mix of classroom lectures, case studies, lectures,case studies, games, problem based learning exercises and general discussions.
Who should attend
Doctors, Medical practitioners, Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Professionals.
Trust the experts
Prof. R. Rajesh Babu is Professor of Law at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta. A lawyer by training, he obtained his Ph.D. and M.Phil. in International Law from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and an LL.M. from Cochin University. Before joining IIM Calcutta, Rajesh served a...
Prof. Manish Thakur is a faculty at the Public Policy & Management Group of the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. He is the Programme Director for the one year full-time Post-Graduate Certificate Programme in Healthcare Management (PGCHM); and has been Programme Director for Executive ...