Healthcare Management Program has started to provide education in our university as a program aiming to train qualified personnel and managerial candidates who can work in hospitals, private-public health institutions and organizations, rehabilitation centers. Healthcare management is to provide the human resources trained to meet the needs of the health sector, based on the basic principles and values of the sector, dominated by processes, knowledgeable about managerial practices, patient relations and effective communication. Our program provides a four-year education offering courses on business administration, economics, accounting, as well as courses in health law, health care management, and digital marketing in health. In this regard, it is aimed to train health managers who are knowledgeable about the health system and politics of our country, have assimilated medical deontology, speak the same language as health workers, think strategically, have vision and problem-solving skills.
The program is based on the health sector along with the developing social and technological innovations. In this context, the curriculum and contents of all the functions at the macro and micro levels are prepared finalized with a 4-year education program. Within the scope of the curriculum organized within the context of the health sector and services that are closely related to the society and the individual, courses such as business administration, economics, accounting, health management, health law, public relations in health and strategic management are offered to students. Although, the medium of instruction for the courses is Turkish; basic English courses are also offered to the students. Students are expected to provide active participation and contribution to the courses as examples from current events are discussed, managers and entrepreneurs who are successful in the profession are invited and visits are organized. This ensures that the knowledge and skills learned by the students are internalized. In addition, utmost attention is paid to encourage students use the information and communication technologies required by today’s world.
- In hospitals and other health centers affiliated to the Ministry of Health,
- In public and private hospitals,
- In rehabilitation centers,
- At healthcare research centers,
- In non-governmental organizations working on health problems in a country,
- In public or private health insurance organizations,
- Drug factories which are used and produced in industrial establishments producing medical devices,
- Relevant faculties and colleges of universities.