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Sep 17 2017

Master of Hospital Administration #master #hospital #administration


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Overview

MHA is equal to and more than MBA course in Health care. A suitable work experience can always add to the higher employability prospects vis-à-vis a fresh graduate, quite like in MBA as well. With NABH and other quality drives in hospitals and health care delivery organizations, there is now a growing demand to employ MHA(Master of Hospital Administration) qualified people. Also, there lies a scope beyond hospitals as well. For example, getting employed as health care program coordinators and resource persons in International NGOs – UNICEF, WHO, etc, NGOs and GOs. The character of the course is experiential learning, with 90 hours of training per semester. The students usually get placed prior to or during the final semester.

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Scope & Career Opportunities

Healthcare has become one of India’s largest sectors both in terms of revenue and employment. The Indian healthcare sector is growing at a brisk pace due to its strengthening coverage, services and increasing expenditure by public as well private players. The overall Indian healthcare market today is worth US$ 100 billion and is expected to grow to US$ 280 billion by 2020, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.9 per cent.

The diverse career opportunities in this field includes-

  • Hospital Operations
  • NGO’s Health Project Management
  • Healthcare Consultancy Planning Designing Hospitals
  • Hospital Information System
  • Healthcare Insurance
  • Medical Tourism
  • Tele-Medicine

NSHM Advantage

  • The institute aims at inculcating knowledge, skills and abilities for students that is essential for managing corporate hospitals
  • Every possible managerial aspect of various clinic and support systems are included in the course
  • NSHM awarded ‘The Best Healthcare Institute in East India’—The Brands Excellence Award

Curriculum

Basic Concept of Health • Healthcare Services • Epidemiology Healthcare in its Changing Scenario • Health Education Health Communication • Information Technology • Principle of Management • Organisational Behaviour • Quantitative Methods • Hospital Support Services • Material Management • Human Resource Management • Biomedical Waste Management • Financial Management I • Financial Management II • Health Management Information System • Marketing Management

Health Economics • Managerial Accounting • Healthcare Industry • Legal aspect of Health • Operational Research • Research Methodology • Industrial Relation • Marketing Management II • Utility Services Area • Strategic Management • Medical Equipment Management • Clinical Service Area • Health Insurance • Disaster Management • Quality Management • Hospital Planning

Eligibility

Graduate (10+2+3) with any discipline. Graduation with a valid score of MAT/WBJEEMAT or any all India level Management Aptitude Test (as applicable). Final year students can also apply.

Duration

2 Years (Full Time)

FAQs

  • MHA is equal to and more than MBA course in Health care.
  • A suitable work experience can always add to the higher employability prospects vis-à-vis a fresh graduate, quite like in MBA as well.
  • With NABH and other quality drives in hospitals and health care delivery organizations, there is now a growing demand to employ MHA qualified people.
  • Also, there lies a scope beyond hospitals as well. For example, getting employed as health care program coordinators and resource persons in International NGOs – UNICEF, WHO, etc, NGOs and GOs.
  • The character of the course is experiential learning, with 90 hours of training per semester.
  • The students usually get placed prior to or during the final semeste r.

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