All about Healthcare Risk Management

Healthcare Risk Management
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Why is healthcare risk management needed?

Risk management in healthcare refers to developing and implementing strategies to prevent or alleviate loss with reference to both capital and patients’ lives. Risk management is potentially more important in healthcare than in any other industry as it could mean the difference between the life and death, making the risks noticeably higher.
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Strengthening Global Health Security

Strengthening Global Health Security
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How to strengthen global health security?

Infectious disease outbreaks, if not detected and treated in time, become a serious global health threat in terms of economy and lives lost. Though the world’s health leaders promised to mount a better response at the next health emergencies, the promises come with a false sense of security. As a matter of fact, the world is still not as prepared as it is expected to be to prevent or face it. Three major public health emergencies of global importance were declared by the World health Organization since 2009 – outbreaks of influenza A (H1N1) in 2009, Ebola in West Africa in 2014, and Zika in the Americas in 2015.  

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Challenges and Opportunities in HealthCare Management

Challenges & opportunities in Health care management
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Healthcare management can be defined as the way of managing how healthcare should be delivered. This includes overseeing public and private health systems, hospital networks and medical facilities. The primary responsibility of healthcare managers includes ensuring efficient running of all departments in a healthcare organization. Hiring and management of proficient resources, knowledge transfer across various departments of the organization are among other responsibilities of the healthcare managers. In short, they take care of the overall implementation of healthcare at all levels of the system. It’s noteworthy that the healthcare professionals are not just confined to the administration and management but also acquainted with healthcare laws, regulations, technology and overall operations of an organization that includes policy analysis and marketing.

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Health Management Courses for Dentists

Health Management Courses for Dentists - James Lind Institute
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Health Management career

Health Management is a vital function in the healthcare system that has exciting career opportunities. Health Management professionals manage hospital and healthcare organizations and need to have the knowledge to understand changes in healthcare laws, regulations and technology and are responsible for overseeing all operations in Finance, Marketing and Human resource department within the healthcare system. Healthcare Managers plan and implement quality healthcare to build and maintain quality, effectiveness and profitability in the system. Health management system ensures that all departments within the hospital and health facilities are running smoothly and that the right people are in the right jobs and if the resources are used efficiently.

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Online Course in Occupational Health and Safety Management

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Occupational health and safety, also referred to as workplace health and safety, deals with health, safety and welfare of people at work. It aims to provide a safe and healthy work environment not only to the employees but also to co-workers, families of workers, management and consumers who might get affected by the workplace hazards. Continue reading

Healthcare Management – A Booming Career Option

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Healthcare management can be defined as a profession that leads and directs the growth, development and operations in organizations that provide healthcare services. Healthcare industry in India is witnessing unstoppable growth in terms of its service, care and revenue. In order to accommodate these continual changes, the industry requires talented manpower in many units such as  hospitals, Continue reading

Augmenting healthcare in Sub-Saharan Africa especially Nigeria

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Nigeria “The Land of Opportunity”, as is reverberating in the business circles, has earned laurels not only in the oil and non-oil sectors like  agriculture, information and communication technology, trade and services; but also in the basic healthcare systems which form the backbone of sustainable growth and development. Continue reading