Managing hospitals professionally is the crying need of the hour. Quality in totality of operations is required to be avowed mission. The changing disease profiles make it essential that private as well as the government hospitals accelerate the pace of quantitative-cum-qualitative approaches. The healthcare professionals have before them the challenge of transforming the conventional and age-old healthcare various dimensions of hospital management viz., a microscopic study of behavioural management, management information system, organization and departmentation, planning, management of service profiles, management of finance, management of human resources, marketing and store management which would aid the healthcare professionals in improving the quality of decisions if they follow the prescribed world class process expertise. On the one hand, the hospitals and healthcare organisations need to promote for low-cost indigenous technologies so that the weaker sections of the society may find the services assessable and affordable.
This book throws light on the healthcare problems of the masses in Indian Perspective. The strategic decisions proposed provide scope for the poorest of the poor to harness the benefits of sophisticated developments in the field of medical sciences at low cost.
This book would be of immense use for the students Hospital Management, the hospitals promoting medical education, the medical and paramedical staff serving in the healthcare Facilities.i.e., private and the government hospitals and the general public that ate interested in healthcare management.