Syllabus – Hospital Administration

Syllabus – Hospital Administration

Hospital Administration
  • Section:1Introduction to Hospital Management Principles of Management, Healthcare Industry & Hospital Administration. Hospital as an Organization Role & Function of Hospital Administrator Hospital Planning Management of Clinical and Supportive Services (All structure & Technology in the Hospital – Total 24 sub topics) HR – Hospital as a formal organization (9 sub topics) Health Economics & Insurance (4 sub topics) Materials & Maintenance Management (8 sub topics)

  • Section:2Marketing Management / Medical Tourism (9 sub topics) Legal Framework in hospitals as an organization (8 sub topics) Management of Information (5 sub topics) Financial Management Management of Quality (5 sub topics)

Gihsonline Advantage

GIHS provides the best courses helps you to get the start up in the healthcare field. These courses are ad-hoc to your professional career and provide you the additional benefit to be the part of an organization.

  • BRINGING EXCELLENCE TO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

    BRINGING EXCELLENCE TO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

  • 10+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

    10+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

  • ISO & GOVT CERTIFIED

    ISO & GOVT CERTIFIED

  • PERSONALIZED TUTORING FOR SUCCESS

    PERSONALIZED TUTORING FOR SUCCESS

Fees, Payment & Program Duration

Certificate 3 Months- 22000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 450$ USD

PG DIploma One Year – 32000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 699$ USD

FT PG Diploma 4 Months – 36000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 750$ USD

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Disclaimer: This course details are for the purpose of awareness about the program and career opportunities.

The exact information on course structure may vary from this information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Disaster management in hospitals involves systematic planning, preparation, response, and recovery strategies to mitigate the impact of disasters or emergencies on healthcare facilities. It aims to ensure the continuity of healthcare services and the safety of patients, staff, and the community.

Internal disasters in hospitals may include events such as fires, structural failures, or equipment malfunctions. External disasters encompass events like natural disasters, mass casualty incidents, infectious disease outbreaks, or acts of terrorism.

Hospital disaster management is a collaborative effort involving various teams. The responsibility typically falls on a multidisciplinary team, including hospital administrators, emergency response teams, medical staff, and local emergency management authorities. 

Disaster management in hospitals offers benefits such as improved preparedness, reduced casualties, efficient allocation of resources, minimizing damage to infrastructure, effective communication, and the ability to resume critical healthcare services swiftly. 

The three phases of disaster management in a hospital are preparedness (planning, training, and equipping the hospital for potential disasters); response (immediate actions taken during and after a disaster to save lives and reduce damage); and recovery (long-term efforts to restore normal hospital operations, support affected individuals, and implement lessons learned for future preparedness).

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