This in turn has increased the demand for quality healthcare professionals in India.
Today, healthcare is the third largest service sector at US $35 billion in India and is expected to reach US $75 billion in the next five years. Of all the hospital expansions in the near future, the private sector will account for 80% of this spending.
A major challenge for the Indian healthcare industry would be not only to retain the healthcare workforce but to develop an environment that would encourage the NRIs to come back. Even if the number of doctors were to increase from 0.6 to 0.8 per 1,000 and the number of nurses were to increase from 1.5 to 2 per 1,000 to match with international standards, India still would need 2,00,000 doctors and 5,00,000 nurses besides another 2,00,000 healthcare management personnels.
This creates the need for a specialised course in healthcare and MBA in healthcare management is the answer to this need.
CREMA (Clinical Research Education and Management Academy),Delhi Campus an institute offering quality education in clinical research, is offering a two-year full-time MBA in healthcare management in association with an UGC and NAAC accredited state university. The university is associated with one of the oldest and most reputed medical colleges in the country. The course will begin in March 2010. This specialised MBA in healthcare management will surely provide new opportunities to students and professionals" says Dr S.M. Sapatnekar, dean, CREMA.
MBA in healthcare management can be a good choice for graduate or postgraduate students from life science, microbiology, pharmacy, biotechnology, medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, dentistry, homoeopathy, ayurvedic, veterinary science and paramedics.
The curriculum includes a soft skill training programme from ISIL and Speak First (UK). For more information, call up CREMA at 09717094113 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org