MSM MBA Program (Maastricht MBA) – is a joint program between Maastricht School of Management (MSM, Netherlands) and School of Industrial Management (SIM) – HCMC University of Technology.
Established since 1998, MSM MBA Program is proud to be the professional education provider in post-graduate program and executive programs for executives and middle to high level management. Our skills-oriented programs will help you to enhance your management and professional knowledge and skills, and policy-oriented programs providing you with the tools and instruments that can help you in developing effective policies for your organization.
The MSM Diploma in Healthcare Management provides you with an in-depth understanding of international healthcare. You will acquire insights into healthcare policy, future trends and the impact of these trends on healthcare delivery. The program addresses healthcare quality management with an emphasis on patient-centered care. You will learn how to implement new technologies for more efficient and integrated healthcare and you will develop the skills to be financially in control without compromising on quality.
Upon completion of the program you are fully prepared to become a smart leader in the healthcare industry.
+ GENERAL INFORMATION
+ REASONS TO FOLLOW MSM DIPLOMA IN HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT
+ COURSE CONTENT
This course provides a general overview of the fast-evolving healthcare industry, the major players involved in the production and delivery of healthcare, and the key challenges and opportunities presented by new technologies, financing mechanisms, business models, and the political and regulatory developments engendered by the recent reform legislation. The highly interactive course features debates and panel discussions, including with healthcare policy makers. You will gain deep insights into the future trends of international healthcare and the impact of these trends on the management and delivery of healthcare. Topics include a framework on evaluating healthcare systems, understanding the demand for healthcare
products and services, technology assessment, managed care systems, cost/quality issues and payment mechanisms.
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