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MBA in Healthcare Management in high demand

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The healthcare industry has shown a tremendous growth in the past few years. The concept of healthcare now is no longer limited to just going to a hospital, as a large number of people today relate it to a complete gamut of quality services linked to a hospital. As a result, healthcare industry has to be well equipped to face the growing expectations of people. This has increased the demand for high quality healthcare professionals in India.

   Healthcare is the third largest service sector at US $35 billion today in India and expected to reach to US $ 75 billion in next five years. Of all the hospital expansions in the near future, the private sector will account for 80% of this spending.

A major challenge for the Indian Healthcare industry would be not only to retain the healthcare workforce but also to develop an environment which would attract those abroad to return.    Even if the number of doctors were to increase from 0.6 to 0.8 per 1000 population and the number of nurses were to increase from 1.5 to 2 per 1000 population to catch up with best world practices, India immediately needs 2,00,000 doctors & 5,00,000 nurses right away, besides another 2,00,000 healthcare management personnel to manage them. This has created a need for specialized course in healthcare and MBA in Healthcare Management fulfills this need in today's time. CREMA - Clinical Research Education & Management Academy, a premier institute offering quality education in clinical research, is offering MBA in Healthcare Management which is in association with a UGC and NAAC accredited state university for a two year MBA in Healthcare Management, full time on campus program. The university is associated with one of the oldest and most reputed medical colleges in the country. 

The course will begin in January 2010. "This s p e c i a l i z e d MBA in H e a l t h c a re Management will surely provide best careers to students/professionals" says Dr. S.M. Sapatnekar, Dean, Clinical Research Education and Management Academy (CREMA).MBA in H e a l t h c a re Management is an excellent career option for Graduate or Post Graduate students from Life Sciences/Microbiology/Pharmacy/ Biotechnology/Medicine/Nursing/ Physiot h e r apy / D e n t i s t r y / H o m o e o p at hy / Ayurvedic/ Veterinary Science/Paramedics. The curriculum includes soft skill training program from ISIL and Speak First (UK). CREMA's state of art campuses and highly qualified faculty from Industry help students to get quality education.
The students are given 100% placement assistance by the Corporate Interface team which would help students to take their next step to the corporate world.  For more information you can CREMA at 1800 209 3731, 040 44549999, Mobile - 90008 83363, 99639 92084/92579 or email at 

Source :
 Times of India
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