Monday 24 May 2021
- Duration: One Week
- City: London
- Fees: Classroom: 3950 GBP / Online: 1950 GBP
Monday 24 May 2021
This is an exceptional course that provides the ideas and tools important to enable healthcare managers and policymakers to build better health care systems.
The course provides the learners with an updated content throughout to make it more international and complete in its coverage of topics. It includes significant material for healthcare professionals involved in management, research and health policymaking.
On completion of this course you should be able to:
– Gain a comprehension of healthcare systems, services, organisations and management.
– Portray the challenges of the political and social environment in which healthcare systems and organisations exist, and how that environment is evolving.
– Check the characteristics and dynamics which make healthcare organisations so interesting and yet so difficult to lead.
– Coordinate theory and practice and to have the adaptability that comes from understanding the nature of management and leadership.
– Characterise healthcare leadership and networks: incentives, governance and performance
– Increase knowledge on allocating resources for healthcare: setting and managing priorities
– Get an extensive outline of the complexities of healthcare organisation and management.
Introduction: The current and future challenges of healthcare management
– The politics of healthcare and the health policy process: implications for healthcare management.
– Financing healthcare: funding systems and healthcare costs.
– Allocating resources for healthcare: setting and managing priorities.
– Research, innovation and health technology assessment.
– Health and well-being: the wider context for healthcare management.
– Global health policy: governing health systems across borders.
– Healthcare services: strategy, direction and delivery.
– Primary healthcare.
– Chronic disease and integrated care.
– Acute care: elective and emergency, secondary and tertiary.
– Mental health.
– Social care.
– Purchasing healthcare.
– Buildings, facilities and equipment.
– Informatics for healthcare systems.
– The healthcare workforce.
– Utalise perspectives and involvement.
Healthcare Management and Leadership
– leadership and governance.
– Personal and organizational development in healthcare.
– Managing change.
– Managing resources.
– Managing people.
– Quality improvement in healthcare.
– Managing performance.
– Managing strategic collaboration.
– Evidence-based decision making for managers.