The global pandemic has made us take notice of the healthcare industry like never before. From doctors and medical practitioners to frontline healthcare workers, the healthcare industry stands at the core of our well-being.
Along with experienced healthcare professionals, the healthcare industry also needs trained and skilled managers with a holistic understanding of the healthcare ecosystem to meet the growing need for organisation of information.
The Certificate Programme in Healthcare Management offered by the ISB Executive Education in collaboration with the Max Institute of Healthcare Management at ISB will provide a deep dive into the healthcare industry. You will learn about the industry from a management perspective and gain in-depth knowledge of accounting and financing, process design and analysis, marketing strategies, and strategic management.
The estimated size of India’s healthcare market by 2022.
Allocated to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in the 2022-23 Union Budget.
Registered doctors in India as of July 2021.
Research Ranking in India
B-School in Asia
Healthcare organisations are revamping their management structure to make it easy for the masses to avail adequate healthcare facilities. To achieve this objective, they are hiring trained and skilled managers.
This programme is ideal for:
120+ Video Lectures
12+ Real Life Examples
Note: The final number of quizzes and assignments will be confirmed closer to the programme start date.
Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be a part of the ISB Executive Network. Benefits include:
ISB Newsletters with the latest updates
Learning and Networking opportunities via ISB Executive Network Group on LinkedIn
Exclusive invitations to Online and Offline events like Webinars, Conferences, Master Classes, etc
Scope to facilitate as a Guest Speaker at ISB Executive events
Preferential pricing with 10% discount on programme fee on ISB Executive Education programmes
Upgrade to ISB Executive Alumni Group with 100+ learning hours
*This excludes ISB Post Graduate and AMP alumni networks.
Healthcare Management Jobs Open*
Average Salary for Program Manager in Healthcare
Average Salary for Process Excellence Manager
Patient Access Quality Analyst
Clinical Policy Analyst
Process Excellence Manager
Healthcare Management Associate
Engagement Manager Consumer Health
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Professor of Marketing (Practice)
Director – ISB Centre for Business Markets (CBM)
Prof. D.V.R. Seshadri has taught at various IIMs. He has worked in industries such as petroleum refining & petrochemicals, active pharmaceutical ingredients, precision manufacturing and IT. His areas of interest include B2B marketing, innovation and entrepreneurship & intrapreneurship. He has taught market management, reinventing through entrepreneurial/intrapreneurial leadership, strategy formulation & implementation, inspired leadership through personal mastery and reinventing the government. He has also co-authored several books, including Innovation Management with Shlomo Maital (2007), Global Risk/Global Opportunity with Shlomo Maital (2010), the Indian adaptation of Business Market Management (B2B): Understanding, Creating and Delivering Value with James Anderson, James Narus and Das Narayandas (2010) and Smartonomics for the Global Manager: Simple, Powerful Macroeconomic Tools For Success in an Uncertain World with Shlomo Maital (2016).
Associate Professor of Finance (Practice)
Deputy Dean - Mohali Campus and Academic Programmes
Prof. Ramabhadran S Thirumalai is currently working on the impact of various regulatory changes on security market pricing, efficiency and liquidity. His research interests include the trading behaviour of various types of market participants. He teaches courses on derivatives, security markets and fixed income securities in PGP and introductory finance courses. He has published several papers and case studies in reputed global journals. He regularly contributes articles and columns regarding his subject in the Business Standard, the Economic Times, Fortune India, M&A Critique and VCCircle – TechCircle.
Professor and Area Leader, Operations Management
Executive Director-Max Institute of Healthcare Management (MIHM)
Professor Sarang Deo’s primary area of interest is health care operations with special emphasis on investigating the impact of operations decisions on population-level health outcomes. He has studied the influenza vaccine supply chain and the phenomenon of ambulance diversion (in the US), the adult HIV treatment supply chains and the infant HIV diagnosis networks in sub-Saharan Africa and, more recently, the TB diagnosis pathway in rural India. He frequently collaborates with international agencies such as the Clinton Health Access Initiative and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and his research has been funded by the US National Science Foundation and Grand Challenges Canada. He has been an assistant professor at the Kellogg School of Management and a management consultant at Accenture’s Mumbai office.
Associate Professor, Marketing
Terry College of Business, University of Georgia
Visiting Professor, ISB
Prof. Piyush Kumar holds a PhD in Marketing from Purdue University. He is currently the Associate Professor of Marketing at Terry College of Business (University of Georgia). He is a visiting professor at ISB and has served as a visiting Associate Professor at Wharton (University of Pennsylvania). Assistant Professor at Vanderbilt University and Assistant Professor at Rice University. He is highly regarded amongst his students. His dedication to his students has been rewarded with ISB’s Professor of the Year for Elective Courses, MBA Professor of the Year, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, Dean's Teaching Award, Vanderbilt University, Best Professor Award, Rice University. His areas of research interest and expertise include Service Strategy, Marketing Analytics, Action-profit Linkage Analysis, Social Media, Brand strategy, Marketing Analytics and Internet Models among others.
On successful completion of the programme, you will be awarded a certificate in Healthcare Management from ISB Executive Education.
Note: All certificate images are for illustrative purposes only and may be subject to change at the discretion of ISB Executive Education.
Below EMI plans are available for the Programme Fee: INR 1,08,000 + GST
|Full Fee with GST||Tenure (months)||EMI|
|INR 1,27,440||9||INR 14,160|
|Maximum Loan Amount||Tenure (months)||EMI|
|INR 1,21,068||24||INR 6,104|
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