Bachelor in Healthcare Management in Asia

Top Bachelor Degrees in Healthcare Management in Asia 2017

Healthcare Management

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

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Bachelor in Health Informatics

MENA College of Management
Campus Full time 4 years January 2016 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Graduates will be able to work as health information managers in the healthcare industry. The degree will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to be effective health information systems specialists. They will also understand the legal and ethical obligations as well as their responsibilities towards patients and healthcare systems in these organizations. [+]

Top Bachelor Degrees in Healthcare Management in Asia 2017. COURSE FEATURE Graduates will be able to work as health information managers in the healthcare industry. The degree will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to be effective health information systems specialists. They will also understand the legal and ethical obligations as well as their responsibilities towards patients and healthcare systems in these organizations. Program Goals Enable the student to think critically and analyze issues relating to the implementation of health information. Strengthen student’s abilities to conduct evidence-based research and evaluate healthcare data. Strengthen student’s skills in applying technology to improve healthcare quality. Develop the student’s ability to utilize health information technology to contribute to strategic planning of health care organizations. Enable the student to apply concepts of leadership to the management of health information departments and healthcare organizations. Instill within the students an understanding of the legal, ethical and privacy issues related to the utilization of health information technology. Program learning outcomes Evaluate the role of the health information manager in the healthcare system and their responsibility to patients and healthcare organizations. Understand the functions and uses of health information technology and evaluate the impact of these systems on the quality and delivery of healthcare. Assess organizational and patient information needs and use tools and techniques to manage patient data for research and planning purposes. Employ computer technology in health information management to analyze patient data and interpret the results to improve patient care. Develop effective leadership skills in health information management and plan and manage healthcare initiatives. Establish and implement health information management processes and procedures to improve organizational performance. Exhibit ethical behavior and meet all legal and regulatory requirements in health information management. Demonstrate expertise in medical principles and practices to effectively manage health information. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning by participation in professional development activities. Health Informatics Program Requirements Requirement Credit Hours Required General Education 27 Management Core 33 Department Requirement 18 Major Core 36 Major Elective 9 Total 123 credit hours Program Structure College Requirements (27 Credit Hours) ENG101 English I ENG102 English II GEN104 Arabic GEN106 Islamic Culture GEN120 Natural Sciences BUS120 Business Statistics GEN210 Sociology GEN115 Information Technology GEN110 Mathematics College Requirements – Management Core (33 Credit Hours) MAN205 Introduction to Accounting MAN210 Introduction to Economics MAN215 Introduction to Finance BUS101 Introduction to Management MKT101 Introduction to Marketing BUS212 Business Law BUS210 Business Ethics BUS230 Quantitative Business Analysis MAN315 Strategic Management BUS205 Business Communications BUS420 Research Methods Healthcare Department Requirements (18 Credit Hours) MAN424 Quality Management in Healthcare HLH101 Introduction to Healthcare HLH203 Healthcare Statistics HLH210 Public Health HLH300 Legal and Ethical Considerations in Healthcare HIM220 Introduction to Health Informatics HLH200 Medical Terminology ( 0 credits) Health Informatics major Requirements (36 Credit Hours) HIM300 Health Information Technology HIM420 Reimbursement Systems HIM440 CPT Coding HIM400 ICD-10 Coding HIM200 Healthcare Data Concepts HLH335 Pharmacology HLH330 Pathophysiology HLH320 Anatomy and Physiology I HLH340 Anatomy and Physiology II HIM491 Graduation Project I ( 3 Credit Hours) HIM492 Graduation Project II ( 3 Credit Hours) HIM440 Internship ( 3 Credit Hours) Health Informatics Electives (9 Credit Hours) HLH327 Healthcare Management I HLH339 Healthcare Management II HLH400 Cultural Issues in Healthcare HLH420 Global Healthcare HRM310 Group Dynamics MAN370 Knowledge Management [-]

Bachelor in Hospital Administration

MENA College of Management
Campus Full time 4 years January 2016 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Graduates will be able to work as effective managers in health care organizations alongside medical professionals. They will be able to understand healthcare challenges and devise policies that affect the healthcare industry. They will also understand the internal and external dynamics that influence the efficient management of various types of healthcare organizations. [+]

COURSE FEATURE Graduates will be able to work as effective managers in health care organizations alongside medical professionals. They will be able to understand healthcare challenges and devise policies that affect the healthcare industry. They will also understand the internal and external dynamics that influence the efficient management of various types of healthcare organizations. Program Goals Enable the student to use critical thinking to interpret the impact of current issues and changing policies in the field of healthcare on organization. Develop the student’s ability to evaluate the components of the healthcare system and external factors affecting the management of healthcare organizations. Provide the student with the skills to address problems and opportunities in healthcare organizations. Enable the student to apply business analysis techniques to quantitative and qualitative data in a healthcare organization. Strengthen the student’s abilities to make ethical choices and decisions in their role as a health care manager. Develop the student’s ability to apply best practices in leadership to the management of healthcare organizations. Program learning outcomes Enable the student to use critical thinking to interpret the impact of current issues and changing policies in the field of healthcare on organization. Develop the student’s ability to evaluate the components of the healthcare system and external factors affecting the management of healthcare organizations. Provide the student with the skills to address problems and opportunities in healthcare organizations. Enable the student to apply business analysis techniques to quantitative and qualitative data in a healthcare organization. Strengthen the student’s abilities to make ethical choices and decisions in their role as a health care manager. Develop the student’s ability to apply best practices in leadership to the management of healthcare organizations. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning by participation in professional development activities. Understand and engage in research utilizing sound methods learned to add value to his work and the community. Hospital Administration Program Requirements Requirement Credit Hours Required General Education 27 Management Core 33 Department Requirement 18 Major Core 36 Major Elective 9 Total 123 credit hours Program Structure General Education (27 Credit Hours) ENG101 English I ENG102 English II GEN104 Arabic GEN106 Islamic Culture GEN120 Natural Sciences BUS120 Business Statistics GEN210 Sociology GEN115 Information Technology GEN110 Mathematics College Requirements – Management Core (33 Credit Hours) MAN205 Introduction to Accounting MAN210 Introduction to Economics MAN215 Introduction to Finance BUS101 Introduction to Management MKT101 Introduction to Marketing BUS212 Business Law BUS210 Business Ethics BUS230 Quantitative Business Analysis MAN315 Strategic Management BUS205 Business Communications BUS420 Research Methods Healthcare Department Requirements (18 Credit Hours) MAN424 Quality Management in Healthcare HLH101 Introduction to Healthcare HLH203 Healthcare Statistics HLH210 Public Health HLH300 Legal and Ethical Considerations in Healthcare HIM220 Introduction to Health Informatics HLH200 Medical Terminology ( 0 credits) Hospital Administration Major Requirements (36 Credit Hours) HRM101 Introduction to Human Resources Management HLH327 Healthcare Management I HLH339 Healthcare Management II HLH420 Global Healthcare HLH410 Risk Management in Healthcare HRM201 Organizational Design MAN410 Leadership BUS410 Decision Analysis HLH400 Cultural Issues in Healthcare HLH491 Graduation Project I ( 3 Credit Hours) HLH492 Graduation Project II ( 3 Credit Hours) HLH440 Internship ( 3 credits) Hospital Administration Electives (9 Credit Hours) MAN427 Organizational Development and Change HIM200 Healthcare Data Concepts HRM360 Labor Laws in the UAE BUS310 Negotiations HRM310 Group Dynamics MAN370 Knowledge Management [-]

MBBS (in English)

Sun Yat-Sen University
Campus Full time 6 years September 2017 China Guangzhou Zhuhai, Guangdong + 1 more

Sun Yat-sen University was approved as one of the thirty universities by the Ministry of Education of China to enroll international students majoring in MBBS (Program of Clinical Medicine taught in English). The program follows the “Provisional Regulations on Quality Control Standards of English-Taught Medical Undergraduate Education for International Students in China”, and practices the academic principles of... [+]

Top Bachelor Degrees in Healthcare Management in Asia 2017. MBBS (in English) This program is the construction spot of national-level featured major, it ranks the 4th among medical colleges in China. SYSU is one of 30 universities qualified by the MOE of China to accept MBBS international students. All courses taught in English, without Chinese language proficiency requirements. SYSU is listed in the WHO World Directory of Medical Schools and the graduates of MBBS programs are eligible to take the Medical Licensing Examinations held by the medical councils in different countries such as MCI, PMDC, USMLE, HPCSA, SCHS etc. Sun Yat-sen University was approved as one of the thirty universities by the Ministry of Education of China to enroll international students majoring in MBBS (Program of Clinical Medicine taught in English). The program follows the “Provisional Regulations on Quality Control Standards of English-Taught Medical Undergraduate Education for International Students in China”, and practices the academic principles of consolidating theoretical knowledge and focusing on technical skills, interdisciplinary studies, and clinical practice. Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU) started the MBBS program in2006 and has since gained recognition and approval from the medical councils in India, Thailand, Nepal and many more nations. To date, two batches of international students totaling 194 from India, Thailand, Nepal, and other countries have graduated successfully from the University. Zhongshan School of Medicine First established as Boji Medical School in 1866, Zhongshan School of Medicine (SYSU-SOM) is the oldest school of Western medicine in China. Today it is proud to stand among the top tier of medical schools nationwide. SYSU-SOM owns the largest comprehensive healthcare system in China, including 5 comprehensive and3 specialized hospitals and 13 branch community hospitals with over 11,000 beds, 13 million outpatient visits and 200,000 in-patient surgeries every year. The institution stands as a leader in medical and scientific education and training, biomedical research, and patient care in the country and enjoys high reputation at home and abroad, especially in Southeast Asia. SYSU-SOM’s reputation for quality education, scientific innovation, and social services has attracted an outstanding and diverse array of teachers and students, with over 18,000 full-time faculty members and clinicians, and 8,915 medical and health sciences undergraduates and post-graduate students, which includes over 400 international students from 28 countries. SYSU-SOM also has high-quality medical education resources that help to attract the best medical degree candidates. Additionally, our medical students have won first-prize in the National Competition of Clinical Skills for Medical College Students for three consecutive years. We have established stable co-operations in medical education and research with many internationally renowned institutions, including Johns Hopkins University, the Karolinska Institute, UT Southwestern Medical Center, and Birmingham University. Cultivation Requirements The MBBS program consists of six academic years and requires 284 total credits, including 256 credits of compulsory courses and 28 credits of elective courses. There are 54 courses in this major, including 46 specialized classes and8 optional classes. Main Courses 1. Chinese 2. Introduction to China and Chinese culture 3. Introduction to Chinese Society and Culture (Practice ) 4. Chemistry 5. Mathematics 6. Medical Physics 7. Physical Education 8. Medical Chinese terminology 9. Medical Chinese 10. Medical Biology &Cell Biology 11. Basic Anatomy 12. Medical Ethics 13. Clinical Anatomy 14. Histology and Embryology 15. Physiology 16. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 17. Medical Immunology 18. Medical Microbiology 19. Molecular Medicine Skills 20. Human Parasitology 21. Pathology 22. Pharmacology 23. Experimental Physiological Science 24. Pathophysiology 25. Preventive Medicine &Community Medicine 26. Medical Statistics 27. Epidemiology 28. Introduction to Basic Medical CoursesDiagnostics 29. Medical Genetics 30. Forensic Medicine 31. Internal Medicine 32. Surgery 33. Gynecology & Obstetrics 34. Pediatrics 35. Medical Imageology 36. Traditional Chinese Medicine (including Acupuncture ) 37. Neurology 38. Psychiatry 39. Oncology 40. Infectious Diseases 41. Orthopedics 42. Emergency Medicine 43. Otothinolaryngology 44. Clinical Skills Training 45. Rehabilitation Medicine 46. Clinical Practice 47. Computer Science 48. Medical Psychology 49. Stomatology 50. Anaesthesiology 51. Ophthalmology 52. Dermatology 53. Evidence-Based medicine 54. Medical Literature Retrieval and Utilization Entry Requirements 1. Students should come from English-speaking countries. If not, a minimum score of 60 on the TOEFL iBT or a minimum IELTS score of 6 is required. 2. Age requirements: 18 years or above. 3. Senior high school graduation qualification. 4. Scores of English in high school records should be Grade C or above (70 points or above out of 100). 5. Scores of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology in high school records should be Grade D or above (60 points or above out of 100), and Grade C or above in at least one of the subjects among mathematics, physics and chemistry. 6. Record of good behavior 7. Good health (including no color blindness) 8. Applicants who have graduated from high school but not yet received graduation diplomas should provide supplementary documentation from schools verifying their status. 9. Students are required to take an entrance exam organized by Sun Yat-sen University, which covers mathematics, chemistry, and physics. [-]