The program contents have comprehensive educational modules and assessment tools. Participants attend classes and onsite clinical observation programs, primarily on topics related to general patient care. The program supports complimentary formal education in the participant’s related medical area in order to enhance their proficiency.
The program offers participants tools to deal with the changing legal landscape, policy considerations, human resource constraints, complex organizational dynamics, strategic management, risk management, effective management and performance pressures in health delivery, and hospital management. Today, healthcare executives in the world, especially in developing countries, face a myriad of diverse challenges and success requires unique perspectives and leadership skills. Medical Education in Turkey offers a healthcare management certificate program that equips professionals with the aforementioned perspectives and skills.
Healthcare marketing is undergoing dramatic reinvention and change because of emerging trends, reforms, regulations, the emergence of social marketing, and renewed focus patterns on quality, outcome and prevention. Institutions are seeking higher impact and greater returns from marketing efforts and investments, and aligning their efforts with strategic objectives, customer experience and the integration of communications across multiple platforms and channels.This certificate program offers proactive healthcare communication methods and marketing tools that can effect medical institution outcomes directly and indirectly. .
The program gives participants the knowledge and tools they need to succeed as patient safety leaders. A narrative framework is used - facing real world patient safety challenges that immerse participants in the work of problem solving planning patient safety initiative. By the end of this course the participant will be able to: create and sustain a patient safety environment that focuses on patient centered care, apply evidence based practices to develop and support effective multidisciplinary teams working in partnership with patients and their families to improve patient safety outcomes, use a system based approach to identify and mitigate defects, develop patient safety initiatives for real and lasting change, act as change agents in their work place as they lead efforts to continuously learn from defects and improve patient safety and quality of care and gain the ability to disseminate patient safety principles and programs throughout organizations. Program activities combine site visits, in-person lectures, and group activities like case studies and simulations. The participants work in patient safety teams and get the opportunity to observe real-time operation.
Programs support nurses with prior formal education to enhance their privileges or enhance their proficiency in the related area.