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Health Management

Course content

Competences

Instrumental

I.C.1. Be capable of analysing, synthesising and making reasoned and well thought-out decisions.
I.C.2. Be capable of planning, organising and carrying out projects and tasks.
I.C.3. Offer oral and written presentations of the results of one's work, in a timely manner and making use of the correct format.

Personal

P.C.1. Be capable of defending proposals to address problems, create debate and seek the best solution to problems.
P.C.2. Be capable of teamwork and team management.

Systemic

S.C.1. Be capable of adapting and showing flexibility.
S.C.2. Focus on professional maturity (tact, discretion and good judgment).

Specific

S.C.1. Analyse the characteristics of healthcare systems, understanding the different visions, organisations and structures that are possible and being capable of critically assessing them.
S.C.2. Make use of one's critical spirit to interpret and carry out the main tasks of healthcare systems.
S.C.3. Gain practice and skill in analysing and globally evaluating the different healthcare systems.
S.C.4. Make a general diagnosis of healthcare organisations with a critical approach, offering constructive proposals for improvement.
S.C.5. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills acquired to plan and efficiently and effectively manage a healthcare organisation.
S.C.6. Be capable of setting and developing management objectives focusing on improving patient care and health, using the budgetary resources available to the best advantage and engaging and aligning the various people in the organisation to achieve this.
S.C.7. Be capable of managing collaboration with the various agents that take part in the healthcare system to achieve the strategic objectives of healthcare organisations.
S.C.8. Continuously activate and implement critical thinking in all planning and strategic management situations in healthcare organisations.
S.C.9. Identify and implement management interventions focused on changing and/or transforming how the healthcare organisation operates.
S.C.10. Face up to critical situations, maintaining conditions of well-being and physical and mental balance that enable people to continue acting effectively.
S.C.11. Lead and manage teams, channelling their potential towards achieving the organisation’s strategic aims.
 

Course content

Competences

Instrumental

I.C.1. Be capable of analysing, synthesising and making reasoned and well thought-out decisions.
I.C.2. Be capable of planning, organising and carrying out projects and tasks.
I.C.3. Offer oral and written presentations of the results of one's work, in a timely manner and making use of the correct format.

Personal

P.C.1. Be capable of defending proposals to address problems, create debate and seek the best solution to problems.
P.C.2. Be capable of teamwork and team management.

Systemic

S.C.1. Be capable of adapting and showing flexibility.
S.C.2. Focus on professional maturity (tact, discretion and good judgment).

Specific

S.C.1. Analyse the characteristics of healthcare systems, understanding the different visions, organisations and structures that are possible and being capable of critically assessing them.
S.C.2. Make use of one's critical spirit to interpret and carry out the main tasks of healthcare systems.
S.C.3. Gain practice and skill in analysing and globally evaluating the different healthcare systems.
S.C.4. Make a general diagnosis of healthcare organisations with a critical approach, offering constructive proposals for improvement.
S.C.5. Identify and apply the knowledge and skills acquired to plan and efficiently and effectively manage a healthcare organisation.
S.C.6. Be capable of setting and developing management objectives focusing on improving patient care and health, using the budgetary resources available to the best advantage and engaging and aligning the various people in the organisation to achieve this.
S.C.7. Be capable of managing collaboration with the various agents that take part in the healthcare system to achieve the strategic objectives of healthcare organisations.
S.C.8. Continuously activate and implement critical thinking in all planning and strategic management situations in healthcare organisations.
S.C.9. Identify and implement management interventions focused on changing and/or transforming how the healthcare organisation operates.
S.C.10. Face up to critical situations, maintaining conditions of well-being and physical and mental balance that enable people to continue acting effectively.
S.C.11. Lead and manage teams, channelling their potential towards achieving the organisation’s strategic aims.