The system of improving the product or service in the manner of raising the efficiency in the performance of the right order, concentrated in the sector or department, may not be the interest of the management of the institution or not linked to the strategy, and in the comprehensive management and integrated means the system of comprehensive improvement of the product or service and management and manpower through the work teams trained in the method of performance of cohesion with the participation of all, and the dissemination of all activities and administrative, professional, medical, psychological and social functions with a wide service scope, attention and focus on the management of the medical institution and the system and an integral part of its strategy. And is the responsibility of all individuals with authority and responsibility in the medical organization.
Objectives and target group
The British Academy for Training and Development offers an integrated management course for hospitals and medical institutions, to all administrators within medical centers and institutions that have the talent to be refined and continuously trained.
Who should attend?
Graduates of the Faculty of Medicine who wish to pursue their studies in hospital management.
All qualified to manage a hospital or department
Specialists in the management of quality health.
Interested health practitioners.
Graduates of Health Colleges.
How attendees will benefit?
The importance of comprehensive and integrated management in terms of operational responsibility. The traditional approach is to view the management of production or services as one of the organizational units, as it is more technical rather than administrative, while the integrated management approach is regarded as administrative, technical and professional as a whole, Quality is part of the responsibility of management as a whole and indeed of all employees.
The importance of comprehensive and integrated management in terms of administrative process and operational procedures, since the traditional approach of management is related to the activity of production operations only.
Operations from all activities that extend to cover the overall management from procurement and marketing to engineering and research to development.
Integrated Management Objectives.
Principles and principles in integrated management.
Steps of Operations in Integrated Management
Mechanisms and procedures in integrated management.
Constraints and Constraints in Integrated Management.
Evaluation and development in integrated management.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
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