NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Jammu, All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Jammu and Research Foundation of Hospital and Healthcare Administration (RFHHA) jointly organised a programme titled, “Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme”. The HxMDP is a week-long residential programme being conducted from November 20 to November 27, 2022. The programme has 25 participants from across the country and the features top medical professionals.
The programme is being held on domains such as human resources, strategic planning in hospitals, hospital services and operations, healthcare communication, healthcare technology, safety, quality and accreditation, healthcare ethics and law, materials and supply chain management, population, health and pandemics, hospital facilities planning and designing, gen next healthcare.
HxMDP addresses the learning needs of medical professionals in leadership roles in the public and private sectors, like facility directors, directors of health services, medical superintendents, directors or principals of teaching or tertiary care hospitals, etc. The programme will also provide learning through problem-based learning, case methods, and experience sharing by the participants and faculty including interactive sessions and group discussions aimed at sharpening analytical skills. Speaking on the occasion, professor Shakti Gupta, director, AIIMS Jammu said, “Medical administrators are often appointed to leadership roles by virtue of their expertise and eminence in clinical domains but, the need for the development of core competencies related to the administrative skills of their roles is most often overlooked. Formal Management training generally is not a part of the career progression, even though knowledge in the domains of human resources, legal and ethical issues, equipment management, financial management, hospital operations, hospital performance, quality, and patient safety, etc is required to the success of healthcare organizations and systems. This program is sure to address such needs and is sure to upskill and contribute in a way to overall development and progress of healthcare in India.”
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