Management of Healthcare Institutions
Are you the new leader of a healthcare institution?
Then this is your track! We will prep you to take on healthcare challenges faced by today’s leaders. You will get the necessary skills to help answer questions like:
- How can we calculate long-term investments an annual budgets?
- How can managers navigate within the frame of financial limitations and the public’s expectation in the healthcare services of their country?
- How can managers address ethical dilemmas and organize ethical decision making at institutional level?
- How can we assure that the professional and cultural diversity are inclusively organised?
- How do we perform economic evaluation in hospitals to prove the evidence of treatments processes and pathways?
- How do we engage with real life practice partners and successfully manage real-life projects?
- learn to understand the responsibilities of managers
- understand financial streams
- learn to manage care pathways effectively
By teaching you theories of leadership, management, economics and organizations, you will have the tools at hand to answer the difficult questions of today’s healthcare leaders.
University of Oslo
If you have any questions regarding this track, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
Enjoy the best of Oslo and Innsbruck
This track is a partnership between the University of Oslo (2nd semester) and the MCI – The Entrepreneurial School in Innsbruck (3rd semester). You will enjoy high academic education in two great European cities. Both with thriving healthcare sectors and high-quality living standards.
“You can’t learn how to lead but you can certainly learn to understand how to take on the challenges of healthcare leaders. I feel much more confident with the academic fundamentals I got during this programme.”
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