Global healthcare leaders must have expertise in leadership management, healthcare finance, and human resource management in order to maintain excellence in service and patient care. The Strategic Healthcare Management course aims to ensure that healthcare leaders worldwide have access to the world’s leading practices in complex organizational management and healthcare leadership.
This course consists of healthcare industry specific skill development, and enhancement methodologies and topics, designed for senior and executive level hospital staff. Including primary care, recuperative care, community and other healthcare facility administrators, chiefs of staff, hospital board members, chief nursing officers, department directors and other healthcare professionals with supervisory, management or executive level responsibilities.
* Important note: Course registration in Istanbul for 3 people or more, we offer 1-day site-visit to one public or private prestigious hospital
Course Objectives of Healthcare Management (HA)
- Implement patient-focused strategies, including strategic planning, across the organization
- Leverage executive decision-making tools and formal methods to assess healthcare plans in light of regulations and ever-changing needs in the market
- Lead and manage complex organizations’ crisis management while optimizing quality and safety best practices
- Foster creativity throughout a department or organization
- Apply leadership capabilities to lead healthcare teams and projects to success
Course Outline of Healthcare Management (HA)
- Strategic management in healthcare
- Developing a mission and vision statement and strategic management steps
- Developing a marketing strategy
- Positioning the hospital for quality
- Hospital Organizational Structure
- Understanding the US and other global organizational structures
- Managing and leading in complex organizations
- Teamwork in healthcare settings
Financial Management and Forecasting in Healthcare
- The organizational structure and responsibilities of hospital cost centers
- Department and individual cost centers
- Cost center management
- Evaluation methods
- The convergence of cost accounting
- Financial accounting
Day 3 - 4
Hospital Human Resource Management
- Hospital strategic human resource management
- Developing core values and human resource management
- Understanding human resource management systems
- Developing human resource incentives and control mechanisms
- Hospital Information Technology (HIT)
- The implementation of hospital information management
- HIT systems
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Things to do and places to visit in Dubai
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When visiting Dubai, be sure to:
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- Understand the local history and culture with a visit to the Dubai Museum.
- Discover objects from the 6th century at Jumeirah Archaeological Site.
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- Marvel at gorgeous Arabic calligraphy at Jumeirah Mosque, the biggest in the city.
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- Haggle for souvenirs in one of the city's souks.
- Wander around the traditional building in Bastakiya District.