Graduates of this course are exposed to academic and industry leaders who share their experience and knowledge to facilitate insight into the contemporary health service management environment.
This course is designed to prepare new, aspiring, and middle health service planners and managers to assume a leadership role in the strategic and operational management of a wide range of health services and facilities. The content aims to develop skills in planning and evaluating health services, understanding health needs, and managing people, resources, systems and processes within health services to meet the changing needs of communities, clinicians, governments and organisations.
Career options include positions as managers and/or planners in health authorities, hospitals, primary and community care, aged care services and other healthcare facilities in the public, private, not-for-profit, government and non-government health sectors.
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Last updated October 1, 2017