Reply Tue 1 Jan, 2013 12:33 am
What is the scope of health care management globally ?
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amygarside
 
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Reply Thu 3 Jan, 2013 06:31 am
@inhomecaretx,
I think it will vary from country to country.
Serioussupplements
 
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Reply Fri 4 Jan, 2013 02:43 am
@inhomecaretx,
Hello Friends,


In recent years, the Healthcare / Hospital has geared up, thanks to the fact that health care concept of the people have undergone a tremendous change which has lead to higher expectations and an increased demand for high quality medical care and facilities. Hospital management is one among the top ten millennium professions which provides a direct link between healthcare facilities and those supplying the services they need. A career in Hospital Management involves ensuring effective utilization of physical and financial resources of the hospital as well as creating an organizational climate beneficial to the growth and development of the personnel.
A career in Hospital Management involves ensuring effective utilization of physical and financial resources of the hospital as well as creating an organizational climate beneficial to the growth and development of the personnel.
It is an apt career for those who have an empathic nature along with a flair for organizing, and an eye for detail. A Hospital Manager requires good knowledge of finance and information systems, interpretation of data, and must be able to keep up good communication with the staff of various departments, and patients.
Most job opportunities in the field of Hospital Management are in hospitals, but one can also find openings in health agencies, laboratories and other health and allied services. Government hospitals as well as private hospitals employ Hospital administrators/ managers.
As a fresher you can start your professional career as Assistant Hospital administrators or as managers of various departments like Front office, Public Relations, finance, Quality control etc. and gradually as you gain experience and are counted in the category of the senior Hospital Administrators, you can eventually reach the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as well.

Thanks and Regards,
Michal Zalewski
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Alinajagger
 
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Reply Sat 30 Mar, 2013 05:36 am
@amygarside,
Hi
I you should help to stay healthy by changing your lifestyle
Just follow the rules which are good for your health.
Do regular exercise, yoga, walking, jogging swimming etc
Take proper diet, avoid fast food which are harmful to health.
Use green vegetables and fruits in your daily diet.
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crank
 
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Reply Fri 5 Apr, 2013 12:39 am
@inhomecaretx,
In this generation, with the emergence of technology Scope of health care management would be better. But WHO has to take necessary steps for providing the best health centers.
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MilonJones
 
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Reply Mon 8 Apr, 2013 08:50 pm
@inhomecaretx,
Hello Friends,

In recent years, the Healthcare / Hospital has geared up, thanks to the fact that health care concept of the people have undergone a tremendous change which has lead to higher expectations and an increased demand for high quality medical care and facilities. Hospital management is one among the top ten millennium professions which provides a direct link between healthcare facilities and those supplying the services they need. A career in Hospital Management involves ensuring effective utilization of physical and financial resources of the hospital as well as creating an organizational climate beneficial to the growth and development of the personnel.
A career in Hospital Management involves ensuring effective utilization of physical and financial resources of the hospital as well as creating an organizational climate beneficial to the growth and development of the personnel.
It is an apt career for those who have an empathic nature along with a flair for organizing, and an eye for detail. A Hospital Manager requires good knowledge of finance and information systems, interpretation of data, and must be able to keep up good communication with the staff of various departments, and patients.
Most job opportunities in the field of Hospital Management are in hospitals, but one can also find openings in health agencies, laboratories and other health and allied services. Government hospitals as well as private hospitals employ Hospital administrators/ managers.


Thanks and Regards,
Milon Jones

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