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Health Management

Competences

Participants on the programme are expected to develop the following competences:

Generic competences

Instrumental:

I.C.1. The capacity for analysis, synthesis and well-argued reasoned decision-making.
I.C.2. The capacity to plan, organise and perform projects and tasks.
I.C.3. Properly present the results of one’s work, orally and in writing, in a timely correct manner

Personal:

P.C.1. The capacity to defend proposals to address problems, generate debate and find the best solution to problems.
P.C.2. The capacity to work on and manage teams

Systemic:

S.C.1. The capacity to adapt to new situations and demonstrate flexibility.
S.C.2. Oriented to achieving professional maturity (diplomacy, caution and judgement)


Specific Competences

S.C.1. Analyse the characteristics of health care systems, understand the different possible visions, organisations and structures and have the capacity to critically evaluate them.

S.C.2. Critically interpret and implement the main functions of health care systems.

S.C.3. Acquire practice and skills in analysis and global assessment of the different health care systems.

S.C.4. Carry out a general diagnosis of a health care organisation with a critical approach, making proposals for improvement.

S.C.5. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills acquired when planning and carrying out efficient management in health care organisations.

S.C.6. The capacity to define and develop management objectives oriented to improving patient care and health, making the most of available budgetary funds and engaging and aligning different persons in the organisation to achieve them.

S.C.7. The capacity to manage collaboration with the different health care system agents to achieve the organisation’s strategic objectives.

S.C.8. Activate and implement critical thinking on a continuous basis in any planning or strategic management situation in health care organisations.

S.C.9. Identify and implement management interventions oriented to changing and/or transforming the way health care organisations work.

S.C.10 Face up to critical situations, maintaining conditions of well-being and physical and mental balance that enable one to continue acting effectively.

S.C.11. Lead and manage teams, channeling their potential to achieve the health care organisation's strategic objectives.

Competences

Participants on the programme are expected to develop the following competences:

Generic competences

Instrumental:

I.C.1. The capacity for analysis, synthesis and well-argued reasoned decision-making.
I.C.2. The capacity to plan, organise and perform projects and tasks.
I.C.3. Properly present the results of one’s work, orally and in writing, in a timely correct manner

Personal:

P.C.1. The capacity to defend proposals to address problems, generate debate and find the best solution to problems.
P.C.2. The capacity to work on and manage teams

Systemic:

S.C.1. The capacity to adapt to new situations and demonstrate flexibility.
S.C.2. Oriented to achieving professional maturity (diplomacy, caution and judgement)


Specific Competences

S.C.1. Analyse the characteristics of health care systems, understand the different possible visions, organisations and structures and have the capacity to critically evaluate them.

S.C.2. Critically interpret and implement the main functions of health care systems.

S.C.3. Acquire practice and skills in analysis and global assessment of the different health care systems.

S.C.4. Carry out a general diagnosis of a health care organisation with a critical approach, making proposals for improvement.

S.C.5. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills acquired when planning and carrying out efficient management in health care organisations.

S.C.6. The capacity to define and develop management objectives oriented to improving patient care and health, making the most of available budgetary funds and engaging and aligning different persons in the organisation to achieve them.

S.C.7. The capacity to manage collaboration with the different health care system agents to achieve the organisation’s strategic objectives.

S.C.8. Activate and implement critical thinking on a continuous basis in any planning or strategic management situation in health care organisations.

S.C.9. Identify and implement management interventions oriented to changing and/or transforming the way health care organisations work.

S.C.10 Face up to critical situations, maintaining conditions of well-being and physical and mental balance that enable one to continue acting effectively.

S.C.11. Lead and manage teams, channeling their potential to achieve the health care organisation's strategic objectives.