This MSc in Healthcare Operational Management has been designed to fulfil the specific needs and requirements of graduates interested in a management or leadership role within the complex healthcare service sector.
Healthcare organisations share commonalities with production facilities, including the need for efficient process flow, change management, and quality standards. As a student you will explore the principles, approaches, strategies, and techniques for analysing, designing, and managing complex healthcare systems. You will learn to measure efficiency and improve effectiveness, productivity, quality, and safety.
Throughout the year, you’ll acquire the skills and knowledge to assess organisational performance and drive the development and implementation of innovation in healthcare organisations in order to bring about improvement. You will learn about the workings of health systems and the processes that have impact on the industry today, such as the transformative abilities of technology and data.
We will provide you with an insight into health systems modelling, e-health, health informatics, and epidemiology. Ultimately, you will gain the essential knowledge to manage the integration of people, systems, and technologies to ensure the delivery of consistent high quality, person-centric care.
The next tab 'course content' will go into detail about the modules covered within the MSc in Healthcare Operational Management.
Dr Sudi Lahiri talks about Project Management in Healthcare
"Health care service delivery is one of the largest and most dynamic industries in the world. It is also heavily regulated and resource intensive. Hence, healthcare organisations are constantly exploring new ways to improve resource efficiency and return on investments while ensuring that service quality is of the highest standard. These realities have also created exciting opportunities for innovation in the management of healthcare quality improvement projects. It entails understanding stakeholder requirements; managing collaborations with multiple sponsors around different sets of priorities; planning and developing solutions within tightly controlled deadlines in the face of limited resources; and ensuring that deliverables of the project are successfully met against industry accepted benchmarks and government regulations; while also meeting stakeholder requirements around quality, safety and cost."