Health Systems Management
Dates: 11 - 24 May, 2017
15 - 28 November, 2017
Population growth, restricted budgets and mounting healthcare costs, increase the importance of coordinating between authorities in order to develop affordable and equitable health systems.
Participants in this programme consider the complexities, in discussions with leading experts and visits to key health organisations. They hone their abilities to define economic and social priorities while implementing budgetary and other patient-oriented reforms.
This programme is designed for
Professionals responsible for health planning, management and development
- Universal Health Coverage
- Failures in Healthcare Systems: Causes and Solutions
- The Role of Primary and Secondary Healthcare
- The Importance of Family Medicine
- Between Traditional and Modern Medicine
- Health Financing
- The Israeli Health System
- Health Services in Crises and Mass Disasters
- Environmental Impact on Health
- Strategies for Avoiding Doctor Burn-Out
- ERP Software in Healthcare
- Hospital Information Systems (HIS)
- Social Marketing and Customer Service
- Team Decision-Making Processes
- Project Management
The programmes include study tours to governmental and private medical centres, hospitals and clinics that have implemented innovative approaches to public health.
* The curriculum and study tours are subject to change at the discretion of the administration.
Tuition Fee $2,770 (Tuition scholarships are available)
Local Expense Fee $4,250 Double Accommodation, $5,450 Single Accommodation