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Economics and Health Care Management: Course Outline (BM-441)

Economics and Health care Management describes the leadership and general management of hospitals, hospital networks, and/or health care systems

Course Outline

Introduction: Basic concepts of economics, accounting, cost benefit ratios, interpretation of financial statements, supply and demands. Types of markets, Forecasting.
Health care Systems: Hospital Organizational Structure, Healthcare Economics, Hospital Information Flow and Handling, HMIS, HIMS. Safety Programs.
Equipment Management System: Acquisition, Control program, Predictive and Preventive maintenance, repair Facilities.
Management and Supervision: Concept, principles and functions of Hospital management. Legal, Professional and Ethical Aspects,
Resources, Duties & functions of administrative (medical & paramedical) staff. Planning, Knowledge of various Hospital services.

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