Healthcare Management in Post-Covid India (Online)

Start Date: Nov 21, 2020 End Date: Jan 2, 2021
Last Date for Application: November 1, 2020
Programme Fee: 105000 INR

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Indian healthcare is undergoing a transformational change with the Covid-19 pandemic. This is impacting both public and private healthcare provisioning for Covid and non-Covid care. The changes are going to manifest both in terms of short and long run implications for transitions in business models, healthcare strategy, health economics and patient centricity, lives of healthcare workers, the use of big data and machine learning enabled technology for digital provisioning of AI enabled healthcare, and also in the role of entrepreneur-ship, new firm entry and regulation in healthcare. All of this means that the requirements for Indian healthcare needs to get more interdisciplinary going forward. Combining expertise from IIMA faculty across various disciplinary competencies, this course aims to fill this gap engaging with various stakeholders in the ecosystem for healthcare management post-Covid in India.

We aim to use both vertical and horizontal disciplinary groundings, standard business school case studies and simulations, along with virtual mini-case discussions and games to heighten the learning satisfaction from this programme.

  • Strategy for Healthcare Markets
  • Healthcare Economics
  • Statistics For Healthcare
  • Healthcare Operations Management
  • Healthcare Analytics & Big Data
  • Business Models & Entrepreneurship
  • Regulation & Public Policy in Indian Healthcare Markets

Case discussion. Lectures. Exercises. Games. Simulations. Breakout sessions. Flipped classroom. Mini cases.

The programme will benefit the following potential participants:

  • Senior management in Indian healthcare organizations.
  • Aspiring or actual healthcare entrepreneurs and investors, venture capitalists.
  • Public healthcare stakeholders, managers, personnel.
  • Physician entrepreneurs.
  • Healthcare Analytics Professionals.
  • Policy makers at the local, state, central level.
  • Not for profit healthcare ecosystem stakeholders.
  • Professionals in non-health industries keen for managerial insights and interested in improving efficiency of Indian healthcare.
  • Professionals from healthcare ecosystems in peer emerging economies like Brazil, Thailand, Indonesia, South Africa, Russia, Vietnam etc.