What does the future hold for health care?
In developing as well as developed countries, general practices will increasingly play a crucial clinical role in health care. However, professionalising these practices requires leadership skills and business acumen. This combination of health care leadership and business skills is also needed in other hubs in the public and private health care space – from hospitals and clinics to pharmaceutical businesses, health technology businesses and regulatory bodies. This puts the business of health care in the spotlight.
WHY SHOULD YOU ENROL?
- You are a clinician or a general practitioner who wants to take on managerial and leadership roles in the health care industry, group practices or government
- You are a manager or professional in a private- or public-sector health care delivery system or institution, in a pharmaceutical or health technology business, or in a regulatory, oversight or other relevant organisation (SAMA, HPCSA, HASA, SAIHCM)
- You are a senior nurse in a public or private hospital who leads a large team with high-impact responsibilities
- You are a health insurance specialist, medical aid specialist, underwriter or claims processing team leader
Wherever you’d like to go in the health care industry, USB’s MBA stream in Health Care Leadership will help you get there.
If you want to lead change in the health care industry, USB’s MBA focused on Health Care Leadership will stand you in good stead. The two-year programme covers all the functional areas of management while giving you a contextual understanding of the health care landscape in South Africa and Africa. What’s more, you can study while you work. Please contact us for more information.