Managing Healthcare Businesses
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This dynamic Business Management and Entrepreneurship Program offered by SBS is designed to develop and enhance the general business, leadership and management skills of owner managers in healthcare-related institutions. Managing Healthcare Businesses (MHB) builds on a combination of the established strength of business leadership, management and entrepreneurship courses offered at SBS as well as unique healthcare modules that provide deeper insight into the unique elements and issues of the healthcare industry in Africa. The program emphasizes key dimensions of applied business practice in healthcare, provides a broad knowledge and skill base as well as a range of practical tools and concepts, and imparts practical relevance to the participants through a variety of methods inherent in the content and methods of the program. Further, the program, with the support of credit funders and lending institutions, provides an opportunity for participants to apply for and access funding for facility improvement and/or business expansion.
MHB seeks to provide participants with a solid theoretical and practical knowledge of core business, managerial and financial skills as a means towards strengthening and improving the survival and growth of their healthcare businesses.
The program is designed to help participants:
- Gain a firm understanding of current business management and entrepreneurship concepts
- Apply core principles of business management in a healthcare setting
- Develop a sound business proposal
- Gain skills in attracting and negotiating for funding for facility improvement and/or business expansion
- Build personal and professional networks with like-minded individuals
- Experience true transformation through virtue
The course will be delivered in four (4) modules, each lasting four (4) days, over six (6) months.