MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management is a 2-year postgraduate course which follows the semester pattern and involves 4 semesters of study. The first year of study focuses on building in candidates a strong foundation in marketing, finance, human resources, and operations applied in healthcare, the combination of which finds effective application for case studies from across the healthcare sector.
|Master of Business Administration in Uttar Pradesh||Master of Business Administration in Maharashtra||Master of Business Administration in Tamil Nadu||Master of Business Administration in West Bengal|
MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management is aimed at strengthening the functional skills of students in the core healthcare sector. Its primary objective is to instill an advanced understanding of multi-dimensional healthcare organizations, and operations of business administration and healthcare management.
The average course fee charged in India ranges between INR 30,000 and 4 lacs for the total duration. The average annual salary offered to successful postgraduates of the course in the country ranges between INR 5 and 8 lacs.
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||Graduation from a recognized university|
|Admission Process||Direct merit-based admission/ Entrance test in some cases.|
|Course Fee||INR 30,000 - 4 lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 5 - 8 lacs|
|Top Recruiting Fields/Areas||Public Health System, Healthcare Consultancy Firms, Hospitals, Pharmaceutical Industry, Healthcare Insurance Firms, Clinical Research Laboratories, Pharmaceuticals, IT, Insurance, Equipment Manufacturing, Public healthcare establishments, etc.|
The course has been designed specially targeting professionals in the fast-growing healthcare sector. The upsurge of participation of private players in healthcare industries has caused an increasing need for healthcare managers in modern-day hospital facilitation across the world. These healthcare professionals enable smooth management of hospitals, clinics, and health-based NGOs.
The course focuses on management of healthcare and hospital facilities with a curriculum designed keeping in mind the rapidly expanding healthcare sector. It prepares eligible candidates to deal with various kinds of management-related challenges in the sector. The course aims to produce top-notch healthcare management professionals armed with advanced knowledge and expertise in the field of healthcare globally.
it prepares eligible candidates with the requisite knowledge and skills essential for management of healthcare organizations. Hospitals, pharmaceutical firms, and public healthcare establishments are the primary areas of employment for such postgraduates. The program is about adapting a synergistic blend of academic knowledge and practice in the health care field, and enabling eligible candidates to expertly identify practical problems and apply tested and approved managerial techniques to arrive at the most appropriate solutions.
Listed below are some of the top institutes in India offering the course, along with the corresponding locations and fees charged by each.
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees per annum in INR|
|School of Management, Manipal University||Manipal||2,47,000|
|Armed Forces Medical College||Pune||3,865|
|Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology||Sonepat||58,500|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences||New Delhi||1,353|
|Father Muller College Allied Health Sciences||Mangalore||90,000|
|The Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University||Chennai||3,000|
|NSHM Knowledge Campus||Kolkata||2,20,000|
|Guru Nanak Dev University||Amritsar||59,000|
|Tata Institute of Social Sciences||Mumbai||47,200|
|MS Ramaiah University of Applied Science||Bangalore||1,50,000|
|Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research PGIMER||Chandigarh||26,266|
|Shiksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University||Bhubaneshwar||90,000|
|Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University||Pune||2,30,000|
|Sikkim Manipal University||East Sikkim||1,21,000|
|Jodhpur National University||Jodhpur||60,000|
|People's Institute of Management and Research||Bhopal||79,000|
|University of Calicut||Calicut||3,377|
Candidates wishing to pursue the course are needed to fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria listed below in order to apply for the course:
|Master of Business Administration in Rajasthan||Master of Business Administration in Telangana||Master of Business Administration in Haryana||Master of Business Administration in Kerala|
Interested eligible candidates are offered admission to the course in India mostly on the basis of performance in a relevant national/ State/ institute-level entrance test. Often subsequently, two additional rounds of Group Discussion and Personal Interview are held for assessment of the candidate’s general aptitude for the course.
Listed here are some of the top entrance examinations carried out in the country for admission to the course.
A semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated below.
|Principles of Health Service Management||Organization and Administration of Clinical and Super Specialty Services|
|Marketing Management of Hospital Services||Strategic Management|
|Organization Behavior||Marketing Management|
|Operations Research||Hospital Management Information Systems (HMIS)|
|Organization & Administration of Supportive Services||Healthcare Marketing Management|
|Cost and Management Accounting||Health Policy and Healthcare Services|
|Research Methodology||Delivery Logistics and Supply Chain Management|
|Disaster Management / Infection Control||Materials and Equipment Management|
|Legal Framework in Healthcare Microeconomics||Financial Accounting|
|Quality Assurance for Healthcare/ Hospital||Consumer Behavior|
|Health Economics||Accounting & Financial Statement Analysis|
|Taxation and Audit||Introduction to Epidemiology & Biostatistics|
|Health Insurance and Managed Care||Comparative Health Systems & International Health|
|Human Biology||Marketing Research|
|NGO Management||Strategic Human Resource Management|
|Human Resource Management and Labor Legislation||1 Week Mini Project.|
They are hired in capacities such as Health Care Manager, Hospital Administrator, Pharmaceutical Project Manager, Health Care Finance Manager, etc. Major responsibilities of such professionals include planning, directing, and supervising day-to-day operations of a medical organization. Secondary responsibilities may include facilitating daily financial operations, budgets, and analysis.
Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful postgraduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Salary in INR|
|Medical and Health Services Manager||Medical and Health Services Managers, also known as Healthcare Executives or Healthcare Administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. They might be in charge of managing an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians.||6-8 lacs|
|Hospital Administrator||They are responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of a hospital, clinic, managed care organization, or public health agency. Their job is to coordinate between the operations of all departments and ensure that they function as one. Hospital Administrators must hence possess a wide set of skills and knowledge.||4-6 lacs|
|Health Service Manager||They ensure that healthcare facilities provide the most effective patient care. Health Managers plan and coordinate services in hospitals and clinics, overseeing specific departments or entire facilities.||3-4 lacs|
|Health Care Finance Manager||Their primary responsibility is to create, review, and report monetary statements for one department or the entire organization. Health care Finance Managers conduct data analyses to advise the facility's senior management staff on effective strategies to manage/ improve revenue.||9-12 lacs|