Post Graduate Program in Healthcare Management

Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Mgt Dev and Research
In Bangalore and Mumbai

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Starts Location
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Bangalore
102/103, Electronic City Phase 1, Next to Telephone Exchange, Hosur Road, 560100, Karnataka, India
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Mumbai
Lakhamshi Napoo Road, Near Matunga (Central Rly.), 400019, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

be graduates from a recognized university, having minimum 2 years work experience after graduation, in a family business

Course programme

In India, healthcare is delivered through both the public sector and private sector. The public healthcare system consists of healthcare facilities run by the central and state government, which provide services free of cost or at subsidized rates to low income groups in rural and urban areas. With the Indian economy enjoying a steady growth, the healthcare industry too is expected to benefit greatly. Attracted by the advantages such as lower costs of production and skilled workforce that India offers, companies abroad are looking forward to set up research and development, as well as production centers here.
Semester I
I. Management Principles and Practices & Global Scenario for Indian Healthcare Sector
II. Basic Epidemiology
III. Finiancial and Cost Accounting
IV. Health Economics
V. Information Technology for Healthcare Organisations
VI. Organisational Design in Healthcare Sector
VII. Research Methodology
VIII. Legal Framework for Healthcare Organisations

Semester II
IX. Cost and Finiancial Management
X. Organisation and Management of Clinical and Supportive Services
XI. Operation Management in Health Care
XII. Marketing Principles for Healthcare Organisations
XIII. Management Control & Performance Measures for healthcare Organizations
XIV. Disaster Management
XV. Human Relations - issues and management
XVI. Healthcare Progammes - issues, planning and economic evaluation


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