Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Rutgers Mini-MBA: Strategic Healthcare Management Program


If you're been thinking about getting an MBA but you're not ready to make that level of time and financial investment, then perhaps you may want to look at the Rutgers Mini-MBA: Strategic Healthcare Management Program. If you complete this course, you could transfer your credits if you choose to apply to the Rutgers MBA program. I just got a brochure in the mail about this opportunity. The curriculum for the Strategic Healthcare Management Program involves:

ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS
  • Future Challenges in Healthcare: Globalization, New Technologies, Talent, and Competition
  • Public Policy and Healthcare Economics
  • The Healthcare Marketplace: Evolving Stakeholders, Decision-makers and Payers
FINANCIAL PRINCIPLES FOR BETTER DECISIONS
  • The Principal Financial Statement: Understanding Healthcare Transactions
  • Financial Tools for Healthcare Decision Making
ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
  • Designing Effective Healthcare Organizations
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Medical Technology Systems
  • Quality and Safety
  • Practice Management
STRATEGIC TRANSFORMATION
  • Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • Strategic Marketing and Positioning
  • Market Dynamics and Strategy Development
  • Managing Strategic Transformation in Healthcare
They also offer other Mini-MBA programs in:
  • Business Essentials
  • BioPharma Innovation
  • Finance Essentials
  • BioPharma Entrepreneurship
You can learn more by visiting: http://www.cmd.rutgers.edu
Register by September 1 and use the code SHCEB to receive a 10% discount.

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