This book encourages medics preparing for management roles to think about management and business as applied to healthcare, providing key insights on the skills involved and information for those who decide to study for an MBA. It informs health professionals on how they can improve the quality of healthcare through an understanding of business and management, including key areas such as understanding and managing accounts, marketing, and influencing and managing change. Healthcare professionals undertaking - or considering undertaking - MBAs or related management qualifications such as leadership fellowships will find this invaluable reading, as will consultants who are increasingly expected to be aware of and manage budgets for services. Undergraduate and practising doctors researching the options and roles available in medical management will also find this a vital source of information.Doing the MBA as an executive programme mitigates the need for some of the decision-making, as time does not ... UK/Abroad Content Specific lecturer Project Other features Other departments Factors influencing how to do an MBA ... Key to the decision-making is continually analysing your priorities: does cost outweigh reputation or does the course content outweigh the location? For many, these choices are pre-determined, constrained by external factors like housing or family ;anbsp;...
|Title||:||MBA for Medics|
|Author||:||Emma Stanton, Claire Lemer|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2010|