Today’s health service manager is not just a tough manager of the institutions finances, but also an excellent leader. Therefore, the aim of the course is to teach the students the legal and economic aspects of how the health service operates, but also to develop their interpersonal competence.
The aim of the course is to teach the students the legal and economic aspects of how the health service operates and with the issues concerning its management and the management of its finances. The curriculum also puts special emphasis on managers’ interpersonal competence in health care organisations, their staff and labour time management skills and their ability to resolve conflict situations.
Graduates will be prepared to professionally manage health care institutions and to efficiently manage their finances. The classes teach students about the current legal regulations, the latest concepts in health service management and aspects of financial management. Besides learning the strategy of working in the medical services market, graduates will have acquired the skills in developing the marketing and positive image of health care institutions.
Part of the classes take place via e-learning.
This course is directed to persons who working in executive roles in health care institutions and persons who are preparing to do so. The aim of the course is to systematise previously acquired knowledge and skills and to equip the students with up-to-date knowledge and practical solutions which will help them optimise the operation of their institutions and to build their image and competitive advantage.