Business Wire India
The COVID-19 pandemic has revolutionized the healthcare industry. As per IBEF (2022), the size of India’s healthcare market by 2022 is expected to reach $372B and as of July, 2021, there are 1.27 M registered doctors in India.
Taught by leading ISB faculty, the programme is ideal for doctors and entrepreneurs, resident doctors and doctors of pharmacy who want to understand the role of management. The programme is also suited for mid-level professionals looking to improve healthcare delivery experience and for medical professionals/ doctors planning to start their own clinic/ hospital.
The programme curriculum deep dives into the healthcare industry and helps professionals enhance their skillsets from a management perspective by providing an overall knowledge of accounting and financing, process design and analysis, marketing strategies, and strategic management.
Mohan Kannegal, CEO, India and APAC, Emeritus, said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has revolutionized every industry across the globe. The healthcare sector in India has adopted technological advancements across the healthcare value chain for advanced use cases. It has been essential to enhance professionals skillset to keep pace with the growing demands of the industry. The programme in Healthcare management would provide learners with managerial perspective and would help professionals enhance their skillsets in account key strategic decisions along with the healthcare expertise.”
Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded a certificate in Healthcare Management from ISB Executive Education, and become eligible for a host of benefits including lifelong access to this vast network of executives and entrepreneurs.
The programme starts on September 30, 2022 and has a fee of INR 1,08,000 + GST. The last date to register for the programme is September 2, 2022. Interested applicants can visit the programme page to apply.
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