Mva- healthcare management


Program Description

Business School MIM-Kyiv, in partnership with the Center for Medical Law, announces recruitment for a specialized MBA program. Modern management in healthcare.

This is a unique opportunity for employees of various healthcare institutions to master within the same curriculum the entire spectrum of universal managerial competencies and to improve and systematize specific knowledge and skills needed in the management of the medical sphere.

The program will be taught by leading professors MIM-Kyiv - experts in finance, management, marketing, commercial law, etc., as well as reputable health professionals. Like the traditional MBA program, the program "Modern Management in Healthcare" will end with a foreign internship, which will allow students to become familiar with the world practice of organizing the healthcare system and medical business.

The MBA program Modern health management is designed for:

heads of medical institutions and their deputies;
chief physicians, heads of departments, heads of other links in both budgetary and private medical institutions;
heads of public administration in the field of health;
owners of medical institutions.

The program contains such key blocks:

1. Legal regulation of economic activities in the healthcare sector, in particular:

legal regulation of relations "patient - public health institution";
the legal status of the head of the health care institution;
labor law;
commercial, economic law (obligation relations, execution of contracts, responsibility of the parties, etc.).

2. Financial aspects of the activities of health care institutions, in particular:

assessment and analysis of the financial condition of health care institutions;
evaluation of investment efficiency;
sources of financing for business development;
establishment of health care in the country's tax system;
accounting and financial audit;
Management Accounting.

3. Management of the medical business, in particular:

management, including project management;
marketing and pricing in the medical services market;
personnel policy in healthcare institutions;
psychology of management.

4. Practice of the organization of public health services, in particular:

models of the organization of the health care system;
international practice in the organization of health systems;
medical insurance, including insurance of professional liability of medical workers.

5. English language.

6. Foreign internship, which is an obligatory component of the program.

Program format: Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 9-00 to 18-00 once a month

Last updated Sep 2017

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