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Covid has been catastrophic in every way, rendering even the most established systems ineffective. At the same time, it ushered in a deep understanding of priorities- one being developing the healthcare infrastructure. The pandemic pointed to the lack of preparedness in terms of offering healthcare to such a huge population daily for an indefinite period. With symptoms differing for every patient and a relatively slow process for identifying certain standard medicines, Covid-19 posed critical challenges for healthcare professionals, hospitals both private and government to reach out to every single infected person across the country. This situation called for a complete overhaul of the healthcare sector with considerable focus on training the manpower and developing a prototype mechanism for tackling pandemics.
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At this point, healthcare veterans have recognized the need for a transformative approach towards Indian healthcare with increased emphasis on building a sturdy infrastructure and ushering in a complete behavioural change in healthcare professionals in terms of building newer skills and capacities at an individual level. So, at this critical juncture, the need of the hour is professional training that would equip healthcare professionals to effectively take charge and address the challenges posed by pandemics such as COVID-19. IIM Indore in conjunction with Hughes Global Education has launched Post Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management to equip healthcare professionals with management, communication and IT skills.
The course content has been developed to cover domain and functions of management with great emphasis on healthcare informatics and innovations in the domain of public health. The whole idea of crafting such training to offer a transformative approach towards healthcare. Effective healthcare is not just about well-equipped healthcare centres with excellent specialists and nursing. Holistic health care is about effective management of communication, developing smart policy frameworks, adopting newer technologies and filling the gaps in the supply chain network.
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