A look at key facts and figures
- As of 2021, India’s healthcare sector is one of India’s largest employers, employing a total of 4.7 million people.
- $11.28 billion was allocated to the Department of Health and Family Welfare in the 2022-23 Union Budget
- The primary care industry is currently valued at $13 billion. No less than 70,000 Ayushman Bharat centers providing primary health care services are operational in the country.
- Alternative medical treatments like Ayurveda and homeopathy have seen tremendous growth post-pandemic, with the market size of AYUSH increasing by 17% in 2014-2020 to reach $18.1 billion. This industry is expected to grow further to reach $23.3 billion in 2022. Major factors driving the growth of this market are boosting immunity during Covid19 and increasing incidence of lifestyle-related diseases such as heart disease, stroke, obesity, type 2 diabetes and related diseases. with smoking and alcohol and drug abuse.
To meet India’s growing healthcare needs, organizations are now looking to hire a wide range of trained and experienced professionals, ranging from doctors and medical practitioners to frontline workers. They are revamping their management structure, so it is easy for the masses to enjoy the proper facilities. To fulfill these roles, healthcare professionals must upgrade themselves with current skills, expertise, and knowledge, which they can do through healthcare management courses.
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And in this regard, the Certificate Program in Healthcare Management by ISB Executive Education in conjunction with ISB’s Max Institute of Healthcare Management could be the right choice for professionals looking to propel their careers in this field. This 12-week certificate program covers a comprehensive understanding of healthcare organization budgets and expenditures, strategic positioning, outreach and communications designed to appeal to healthcare consumers. It provides information on the daily practices of a healthcare facility, healthcare initiatives and strategies, and case studies in all areas. The program also aims to provide in-depth knowledge of accounting and finance, process design and analysis, marketing strategies and strategic management with over 120 videos, over 12 real-life examples, over 20 missions and more than 10 discussion forums.
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