The Healthcare Management Certificate Program offers ideal conditions to develop the required competencies. You will apply business management methods, analyse and optimise processes and understand how quality management systems are implemented. You will discuss how healthcare systems are structured and controlled. In addition, you will be taught management tasks for motivation, controlling and personnel development.
The demands on managers within the healthcare sector are increasing. The industry is confronted with new technological and organisational challenges in an increasingly complex environment. The Healthcare Management Certificate Programme provides management competencies and leadership skills that are specifically tailored to the healthcare industry. The programme is taught by professors from the Department of Healthcare Management at the University of Cologne and by proven healthcare experts. Upon successful completion of all three modules, participants receive a certificate in Healthcare Management from the University of Cologne Business School.
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- Learn important management and leadership skills in the healthcare sector
- Expansion of you personal networks and exchange with colleagues from other health organisations
- Renowned economy professors and health experts from leading universities, clinics and companies
- Diverse programme with simulations, business games and case studies
- Acquisition of the "Healthcare Management" certificate of the University of Cologne Business School
The Healthcare Management Certificate Programme has been tailored to facilitate medical practitioners and doctors who work in a hospital or in any other healthcare organisation. They should have already taken over management tasks.
Prof. Dr Ludwig Kuntz
Managing Director of the Seminar for Management in Healthcare, University of Cologne
Prof. Dr Kuntz is Professor of Business Administration at the University of Cologne and Research Fellow of the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. He is Head of the Schmalenbach Society’s working group "Economics in Healthcare". His research focuses on strategy, controlling, and management of healthcare organisations. He was Head of Controlling at the University Hospital Hamburg and responsible for information management at the University hospital Mainz.