Master in Healthcare Management
The Master in Healthcare Management (MiMS) is a one-year program designed for people who wish to develop managerial skills that are specific and relevant to today’s healthcare industry.
Through a combination of lectures, case studies, role playing and visits to healthcare institutions, the program will provide you with a firm understanding of the structure and frameworks of the Italian healthcare industry. In addition, you will acquire operational managerial skills and develop the ability to assist policy-makers in the drafting and implementation of effective health care policies.
The broad reach of the program ensures that you will possess the right skills and experience to bring innovation and added value to any area of the healthcare industry. Graduates from the program typically work in public and private healthcare organizations, health departments within local government, suppliers of goods and services for the healthcare industry, research centers, training centers and consultancy firms.
Ideal candidate profile
- 25-35 years of age
- University degree (in any subject)
- Some years of working experience
- Fluency in Italian
- Computer literacy
The program is taught over twelve months, starting in January, and consists of six stages:
- Stage One (January – February)
Foundations and frameworks of business and healthcare economics.
- Stage Two (February – March)
Structure and operations within the healthcare system.
- Stage Three (March – May)
Policies and management systems of healthcare organizations.
- Stage Four (May – September)
- Stage Five (October)
- Stage Six (November – January)
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