BM1451 Hospital Management Syllabus

BM1451 HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT 3 0 0 100

AIM
To get in-depth idea about management techniques used in the hospitals for the proper functioning of hospitals.

OBJECTIVES
• To define the need and role to be performed by technical persons in the hospital.
• To understand health policies that deal with health financing, health education and health insurance.
• To understand various standards and codes used in the health care
and the type of training to be offered to the staff in the hospitals.
• To get an idea about the use of computers in various units of the hospitals.


1. NEED AND SCOPES OF CLINICAL ENGINEERING 9
Clinical engineering program, educational responsibilities, role to be performed by them in hospital, staff structure in hospital.

2. NATIONAL HEALTH POLICIES 9
Need for evolving health policy, health organization in state, health financing system, health education, health insurance, health legislation.


3. TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL STAFF IN HOSPITAL 9
Difference between hospital and industrial organization, levels of training, steps of training, developing training program, evaluation of training, wages and salary, employee appraisal method.

4. STANDARDS AND CODES IN HEALTH CARE 9
Necessity for standardization, FDA, Joint Commission of Accreditation of hospitals, ICRP and other standard organization, methods to monitor the standards.

5. COMPUTER IN MEDICINE 9
Computer application in ICU, X-Ray department, laboratory administration, patient data, medical records, communication, simulation.

TOTAL : 45

TEXT BOOKS
1. Webster J.C. and Albert M.Cook, “Clinical Engineering Principle and Practice”, Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1979 (Unit I).
2. Goyal R.C., “ Handbook of hospital personal management”, Prentice Hall of India, 1996 (Unit II – V).
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