Advanced Diploma in Hospital Management (ADHM) acquaints graduate / post graduate doctors or students from other streams with some of the core areas relating to their scope of activity in healthcare: Major thrust areas of Management – Finance, Human Resources, and Marketing, besides Economics, Accounting, Operations, IT, and Laws.
Among the top professions, Health Management occupies an eminent place. Increasing awareness in all traditional sectors associated with providing healthcare: government, private sector and trusts has resulted in a constant effort to improve healthcare delivery in their respective domain. More so, as healthcare management is becoming increasingly a domain of the private sector, there is a growing need for skillful doctors, nurses and Para-medics and, indeed, efficient hospital managers and administrators.
The medical doctors and nurses have been known for their empathy towards hospitals but the growing emergence of healthcare as a profession has drawn even those who did not have a fascination for hospitals and healthcare activities. Hospitals and healthcare providers wholeheartedly opened their doors to non-medicos who had an eye for detail and a flair for pursuing a career in Hospital Management.
Ever increasing number of private hospitals, clinics, diagnostic centers with a no-compromise emphasis on quality of health care and patient satisfaction have led to an extra ordinary need for personnel with a professional qualification in Hospital Management. Both medical and non-medical persons can opt for the course leading to Advanced Diploma in Hospital Management.
Increasingly, graduates in Allopathic, Ayurvedic, Homeopathic medicine, Physiotherapy, Dentistry, and Pharmacy have been opting to study for a post –graduate degree / diploma in Hospital Management. There have been instances of graduates in physical / life sciences and engineering / technology taking up the course to enhance their employability or to supplement their knowledge base in hospital / healthcare administration.
On successful completion of the course in hospital management, they have taken up careers as managers in areas such as quality, operations and HR in hospitals, clinics, diagnostic centers and some opted for careers in healthcare verticals of IT companies or healthcare consultancies.
Those who hail from entrepreneurial families who run hospitals, nursing homes etc. take up the administrative roles of these enterprises and others with a flair for entrepreneurship venture into establishing healthcare related businesses or undertaking franchises.
Semester 1: Cluster 1
Semester 1: Cluster 2
Semester 2: Cluster 1
Semester 2: Cluster 2
Prof. K.V. Ramesh
MPhil, MBA, MCom, LLB, PGDT, PGDPM
Assistant Professor (Finance)
Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE)
Dr. Sireesha Mamidenna
MA (Psy); PhD (Management)
Independent Professional rendering teaching, training & consultancy
Mr. Pushkar Phadtare
BE (Mech), MBA (Fin), MMS (Mrktg), LLB
Partner (JP Synergy Consultants), Visiting Faculty (Symbiosis Inst of Business Mgmnt., Balaji Soc & NIA
Ms. Anshu Bhargava
MS (Quality Management);
Masters in Hospital Management [MHM]
LV Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI)
Ms. Ashita Allamraju
MA (Economics); MPhil (Economics)
Associate Professor, Economics Area,
Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI)
Mr. Sishir Kumar
BBA (Hosp Adm), Masters in Hosp Management (MHM)
COO – Cognizant, Chennai
Director (Healthcare) ThinkingHut, Pune
Dr. M. Veera Prasad
COO & Addl, MS; Associate Professor & HOD,
Dept Of Hospital Admn at Narayana MedicalCollegeHospital
Dr. Harsh Sharma
M.Sc., MBA., MA., PhD (HRM)
Professor – HRM, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Hyderabad
Mr. M. Chandrashekar
M.Com, MBA., M.Phil.
Associate Professor, Finance & Accounting Area, Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE)
The assessment for qualifying for the course leading to Advanced Diploma in Hospital Management (ADHM) shall be as per following break-up: