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Effective Health Care Resource Management
An intensive 2-module programme enabling participants to acquire knowledge and skills that will help them make sound decisions in managing financial resources and leading people to ensure more efficient and effective health care services.
This exclusive programme is designed for hospital and health care managers from CEE countries. The curriculum focuses on the disciplines of finance, strategy and leadership.
It offers the opportunity to explore best practices, but the main objective of this 2-module programme is to provide attendees with knowledge, skills and tools:
- to manage financial resources
- to lead people
- to make sound decisions.
Both modules take place in Riga:
- Module 1 – September 25 - 28, 2017
- Module 2 - November 27-30, 2017
The programme is organized by the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga) in the framework of Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust.
Maximum number of participants: 24
Course registration: free of charge, but participants will be responsible for covering their travel and accommodation costs.
Application deadline: September 4, 2017.
Information provided in the application and the quality of the application will be used as a criterion for selection of the programme participants.
Venue: Stockholm School of Economics in Riga
Strelnieku 4a, Riga, Latvia
For additional information:
Phone: +371 67015824
Fax: + 371 67015846
The programme is organized by SSE Riga in the framework of Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust
For me, as a Doctor, it was valuable to look at the world through the eyes of a Health Economist and understand how we can cooperate with each other.
Medical Director at Pauls Stradins University Hospital, Latvia
After the Finance module, I reduced the number of tables in my reports to management from 40 to just three, and everyone was happy and they received all the information they wanted. There were very useful tips for making my work more effective!
Healthcare Budgeting Specialist at the Estonian Healthcare Insurance Fund
Strategic management, customer value, motivating a team - this programme makes you take a look at the hospital from a different point of view.
Member of the Board at the Children's University Hospital in Latvia