Undergraduate Program in Health Systems Management (B.A)
The program is offered together by the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management GGFBM, with the aim of providing students with a multi-disciplinary knowledge that will enable graduates to integrate and lead organizations within and outside the health system. The health system includes a variety of courses in economics, behavioral sciences, finance, accounting, human resources management, marketing and advertising, management accounting, performance research, production management and operations. Clinics, health economics, sociology of health, epidemiology and public health, health system information systems, planning and evaluation of health services, the health system logistics management, accounting nonprofit.
The curriculum combines study tours in the health system, meetings with managers and policymakers, and practical experience in a variety of health institutions.
The knowledge and tools acquired within the framework of the program allow graduates to take part in a variety of positions in public and private clinics, hospitals, the Ministry of Health, health fund managements and civil society organizations dealing with health and other related fields. The extensive management training allows graduates to integrate into other sectors of the economy. A large proportion of the department's graduates continue their postgraduate studies, such as business administration, public health, public administration and policy, gerontology in a variety of study programs in Israel and abroad.
Master's Program in Health Systems Management (M.H.A)
The program is offered together by the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management GGFBM. The aim of the master's program in health systems management is to train managers and policymakers in the middle and senior echelons of the health system. The program is intended primarily for physicians and dentists, graduates of nursing, pharmacology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, emergency medicine, economics and management, behavioral sciences and law. Many graduate students take part in management and policy-making positions in the Ministry of Health, the HMOs and hospitals in Israel. The lecturers in the program are leading academics in their fields and senior managers in the health system.
The curriculum includes two tracks: a track without a thesis and a research track with a thesis. The Department offers a general study track without specialization or choice in one of three study tracks: management of emergency medicine and disasters, management and evaluation of medical technologies, health and environmental policy.
The program includes mandatory courses: Health Care in Israel, Health Systems in the World, Health Economics, Public Finance, Epidemiology and Health Policy, Accounting, Quality and Risk Management in Health Services, Social Aspects on Health, health. And a variety of elective courses such as: strategic management of human resources in the health system, assessment of programs and services, hospital management, motivating health care workers, health promotion for health system managers, health systems policy, medical information systems.
The research track is intended for students interested in integrating into the field of research and teaching in the health system and / or continuing their studies toward a third degree.
Doctoral Studies (PhD)
The doctoral studies are intended for outstanding graduates of a master's degree in a research track in various fields interested in research and teaching of management and policy of health systems. Most of the studies are devoted to independent research under the supervision of faculty members.