Master in Health Service Administration and Management
Madrid, February 2013 - April 2014
Designed to develop the aptitudes, knowledge and skills necessary to provide suitable leadership for the administration and management of innovations
in European healthcare.
More information: www.e-mads.org
- To learn about the political, social, legal and financial basis of the healthcare system.
- To discover the principles of health service administration
and management that allow for successful planning, organisation, management and evaluation within a healthcare centre or service.
- To be able to handle
the most common techniques and methodologies used in clinical and healthcare management in order to critically examine the healthcare system.
gain the knowledge, skills and aptitudes necessary for making decisions in the field of healthcare organisation.
The Master in Health Service Administration and Management (MADS) is taught in Madrid by the Gaspar Casal Foundation (FGC) in collaboration
with the BSM-Pompeu Fabra University and the Pompeu Fabra University's Centre for Research in Health and Economics (CRES).
The characteristic aspects of the teaching methods used on the Master in Health Service Administration and Management are:
- The development of entrepreneurial skills and abilities.
- A focus on practical experience and problem solving.
- An emphasis on innovation and
the critical analysis of tools that encourages creativity and imagination.
- A constant exchange of experiences between teaching staff and students.
- An integrated view of knowledge and skills.
The Master's is aimed at graduates who wish to specialise and develop their professional career in the field of health service administration and management.
It is of special interest and use for:
- Healthcare executives working in general practice and hospitals.
- Directors of institutes and functional areas, as well as hospital section managers.
- Regional healthcare managers.
- Directors and executives from the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare technology companies.
- Executives working
for health insurance companies and mutual insurance companies.
- Professionals who work in the different government health departments.
connected with healthcare research and teaching.
- Professionals involved in change and reform processes within healthcare institutes, especially institutes
and functional areas of clinical management.
- Professionals responsible for launching both residential and ambulatory healthcare and social services
- Entrepreneurs and people who develop information and communication technologies and social networks in the field of healthcare.