Master of Business Administration in Hospital & Health Care Management Top Colleges, Syllabus, Scope and Salary

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MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management is a 2-year postgraduate course which follows the semester pattern and involves 4 semesters of study. The first year of study focuses on building in candidates a strong foundation in marketing, finance, human resources, and operations applied in healthcare, the combination of which finds effective application for case studies from across the healthcare sector.

MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management is aimed at strengthening the functional skills of students in the core healthcare sector. Its primary objective is to instill an advanced understanding of multi-dimensional healthcare organizations, and operations of business administration and healthcare management.
The average course fee charged in India ranges between INR 30,000 and 4 lacs for the total duration. The average annual salary offered to successful postgraduates of the course in the country ranges between INR 5 and 8 lacs.

MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management: Course Highlights

Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.

Course Level Postgraduate
Duration 2 years
Examination Type Semester System
Eligibility Graduation from a recognized university
Admission Process Direct merit-based admission/ Entrance test in some cases.
Course Fee INR 30,000 - 4 lacs
Average Starting Salary INR 5 - 8 lacs
Top Recruiting Fields/Areas Public Health System, Healthcare Consultancy Firms, Hospitals, Pharmaceutical Industry, Healthcare Insurance Firms, Clinical Research Laboratories, Pharmaceuticals, IT, Insurance, Equipment Manufacturing, Public healthcare establishments, etc.

MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management: What is it About?

The course has been designed specially targeting professionals in the fast-growing healthcare sector. The upsurge of participation of private players in healthcare industries has caused an increasing need for healthcare managers in modern-day hospital facilitation across the world. These healthcare professionals enable smooth management of hospitals, clinics, and health-based NGOs.

The course focuses on management of healthcare and hospital facilities with a curriculum designed keeping in mind the rapidly expanding healthcare sector. It prepares eligible candidates to deal with various kinds of management-related challenges in the sector. The course aims to produce top-notch healthcare management professionals armed with advanced knowledge and expertise in the field of healthcare globally.

it prepares eligible candidates with the requisite knowledge and skills essential for management of healthcare organizations. Hospitals, pharmaceutical firms, and public healthcare establishments are the primary areas of employment for such postgraduates. The program is about adapting a synergistic blend of academic knowledge and practice in the health care field, and enabling eligible candidates to expertly identify practical problems and apply tested and approved managerial techniques to arrive at the most appropriate solutions.

Top Institutes offering MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management

Listed below are some of the top institutes in India offering the course, along with the corresponding locations and fees charged by each.

Name of Institute City Average Fees per annum in INR
School of Management, Manipal University Manipal 2,47,000
Rai University Ahmedabad 49,000
Armed Forces Medical College Pune 3,865
Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology Sonepat 58,500
All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi 1,353
Father Muller College Allied Health Sciences Mangalore 90,000
The Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University Chennai 3,000
Amity University Noida 1,99,000
NSHM Knowledge Campus Kolkata 2,20,000
Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar 59,000
Parul University Vadodara 77,500
Tata Institute of Social Sciences Mumbai 47,200
MS Ramaiah University of Applied Science Bangalore 1,50,000
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research PGIMER Chandigarh 26,266
Shiksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Bhubaneshwar 90,000
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Pune 2,30,000
Sikkim Manipal University East Sikkim 1,21,000
Jodhpur National University Jodhpur 60,000
Yenepoya University Mangalore 50,000
People's Institute of Management and Research Bhopal 79,000
University of Calicut Calicut 3,377

Eligibility for MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management

Candidates wishing to pursue the course are needed to fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria listed below in order to apply for the course:

  • A minimum aggregate score of 50% at the Higher & Senior Secondary levels (classes X and XII), completed from a recognized educational Board.
  • Completion of graduation (B.Sc./BBA/B.Com.) with a minimum aggregate score of 50%, and from a recognized university.
  • Preferably, a minimum of 2 years of work experience in a relevant field.

MBA in in Hospital & Health Care Management: Admission Process

Interested eligible candidates are offered admission to the course in India mostly on the basis of performance in a relevant national/ State/ institute-level entrance test. Often subsequently, two additional rounds of Group Discussion and Personal Interview are held for assessment of the candidate’s general aptitude for the course.

Listed here are some of the top entrance examinations carried out in the country for admission to the course.

  • UPESMET: UPES Management Entrance Test (UPES MET) is an aptitude test conducted in both offline and online modes by the UPES  for admission to the Industry Aligned MBA programs of College of Management and Economics Studies (CoMES), at UPES Dehradun.
  •  CAT: The Common Admission Test (CAT) is a computer-based test conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs).  The test is used as a parameter for selecting students for business administration programs. The test is conducted yearly by one of the IIMs on a rotation-basis.
  •  CMAT: The Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a computer-based test conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), India. It is a national-level admission test for selecting suitable candidates for admission to all management programs approved by the AICTE.
  •  XAT: The Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) is a pan-India pen and paper-based management aptitude test, conducted yearly by the Xavier School of Management, Xavier Labor Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur. Scores of XAT are accepted at more than 100 institutes in the country for admission to MBA, PGDM, and other management courses.
  •  NMAT: The NMAT is a computer-based test organized by the Graduate Management Global Connection (India) Private Limited (GMGC), a subsidiary of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
  •  GMAT: The Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer-adaptive test conducted to assess the student's analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English, for admission to management programs.
  • MAT: The Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national-level entrance examination conducted exclusively for management studies. Scores of MAT are accepted for admission to MBA, PGDM, and allied management programs. The exam is conducted by the All India Management Association (AIMA), and more than 600 B-Schools accept MAT exam scores. MAT is held four times in a year, namely in February, May, September, and December.

MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management: Syllabus and Course Description

A semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated below.

Semester 1

Semester 2

Principles of Health Service Management Organization and Administration of Clinical and Super Specialty Services
Marketing Management of Hospital Services Strategic Management
Organization Behavior Marketing Management
Operations Research Hospital Management Information Systems (HMIS)
Organization & Administration of Supportive Services Healthcare Marketing Management
Cost and Management Accounting Health Policy and Healthcare Services
Research Methodology Delivery Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Disaster Management / Infection Control Materials and Equipment Management

Semester 3

Semester 4

Legal Framework in Healthcare Microeconomics Financial Accounting
Quality Assurance for Healthcare/ Hospital Consumer Behavior
Health Economics Accounting & Financial Statement Analysis
Taxation and Audit Introduction to Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Health Insurance and Managed Care Comparative Health Systems & International Health
Human Biology Marketing Research
NGO Management Strategic Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management and Labor Legislation 1 Week Mini Project.

MBA in Hospital & Health Care Management: Career Prospects

  • Hospital & Health Care Management professionals are lucratively employed in the pharmaceuticals sector, government agencies, insurance organizations, hospitals, and consulting firms. Qualified Healthcare Managers are required to respond to various critical management-based problems faced by hospitals and other agencies in the fast-evolving health sector. Upon successful completion of the course, postgraduates may find gainful employment in fields such as:
  • Marketing
  • IT
  • Human Resource Development
  • Medical colleges
  • Health Insurance
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Public Health departments
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Universities and research institutes
  • Consulting firms, and such.

They are hired in capacities such as Health Care Manager, Hospital Administrator, Pharmaceutical Project Manager, Health Care Finance Manager, etc. Major responsibilities of such professionals include planning, directing, and supervising day-to-day operations of a medical organization. Secondary responsibilities may include facilitating daily financial operations, budgets, and analysis.

Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful postgraduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.

Master of Business Administration [MBA] in Hospital & Health Care Management
Job Position Job Description Average Annual Salary in INR
Medical and Health Services Manager Medical and Health Services Managers, also known as Healthcare Executives or Healthcare Administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. They might be in charge of managing an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. 6-8 lacs
Hospital Administrator They are responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of a hospital, clinic, managed care organization, or public health agency. Their job is to coordinate between the operations of all departments and ensure that they function as one. Hospital Administrators must hence possess a wide set of skills and knowledge. 4-6 lacs
Health Service Manager They ensure that healthcare facilities provide the most effective patient care. Health Managers plan and coordinate services in hospitals and clinics, overseeing specific departments or entire facilities. 3-4 lacs
Health Care Finance Manager Their primary responsibility is to create, review, and report monetary statements for one department or the entire organization. Health care Finance Managers conduct data analyses to advise the facility's senior management staff on effective strategies to manage/ improve revenue. 9-12 lacs

Master of Business Administration [MBA] (Hospital & Health Care Management) Fee Structure in India


6 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES4 L  (Maximum Fee)
2.10 L (Average Fee)
83.85 K (Minimum Fee)Private COLLEGES9.60 L (Maximum Fee)
3.83 L (Average Fee)

Master of Business Administration [MBA] (Hospital & Health Care Management) Fee Structure By state


Tamil Nadu

6 KPUBLIC COLLEGES4 L
2.35 L
1.41 LPrivate COLLEGES4.07 L
2.65 L

Gujarat

1.97 LPUBLIC COLLEGES2.40 L
2.18 L
1.61 LPrivate COLLEGES1.61 L
1.61 L

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VW
9.0 /10

Admission :

I applied at this particular college because my cousin is a pass out from this college. I applied at the college with all of my academic details and entrance exam scores. Competition is pretty stiff, since there are only 60 seats for the program. College is pretty flexible with the eligible criteria and the administration department was very supportive during the admission process.

Course Curriculum Overview :

Course curriculum was pretty awesome and detailed. It made us capable of successfully managing administration of a medical facility, as well as the nuances of expanding our business. We learned a lot from the curriculum, like the economics, financial management, resource management, etc. And all that from a perspective of hospital.

Campus Life :

Our college is rigorously active in terms of extracurricular activities. Be it a sports activity or a festive celebration, we celebrated everything. The cultural events brought students from different department and different culture, to perform together. Annual day and sports day celebration were major in our college.

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SD
9.3 /10

Placement Experience :

Placements are great here in our college. The college has close tie-ups with both government and private institutes and annually invites these organizations for on-campus placement drive. Companies that visited during my batch were Fortis, Max, NHM, etc. During these placements, students stand to secure a placement package of around 6 LPA on average, while some even secured a package as high as 13 LPA.

Fee Structure And Facilities :

Our fee structure was on the higher side, but the facilities and amenities provided were mostly good. For the first year, I paid INR 5,40,000 while for the second year, I paid 3.4 lacs. The classrooms and canteen of the college are average. The library of the college is good. The college has good labs, auditorium, free wi-fi, etc. and other above par amenities would justify the fee.

Alumni/Alumna :

Many alumni visit our campus for multiple reasons. It started with our batch in 2019 when Jaipur and Bangalore campus organized the alumni meet. Some alumni visit to be the judge in an event/competition, while some share their personal journey to motivate students. One frequent agenda of alumni meet is to provide a platform for the exchange of thoughts among the students and alumni.

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MK
9.0 /10

Admission :

My IIHMR admission was done on the basis of entrance exam and personal interview. I applied with my MAT exam and waited for the results to be declared. After getting shortlisted I was invited for the GD/PI round. Different factors hold different weightage in the selection process. A merit list is prepared on the basis of various factors like entrance exam scores, graduation marks, personal Interview, group discussion, statement of purpose (SOP), etc.

Campus Life :

Many extracurricular activities are including workshops on a variety of topics like a sustainable future, enhancing the standard of higher studies, the future of the healthcare industry and many more. The musical concert featuring Ustad Sabir Khan was one of my personal favorites. Founder day, Stroke day, Diwali celebration and a lot of other events are organized throughout the year.

Course Curriculum Overview :

Our course curriculum was pretty good and thorough. Students stand to gain a lot from this course. My family is into the healthcare business itself. The course curriculum made me capable enough to manage the business and expand our reach. Exams were held at the end of each semester and the corporate exposure literally helped me relate to all the topics learned in the theory.

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RK
7.7 /10

Exam Structure :

The exams were very well spread out, giving us enough time to work on subjects well before hand the 1st semester though was hectic because of the number of subjects we had and the exams being back to back. But this is usually the case in every college, and that's where the students learn time, stress, schedule management, etc. Also, this was the most fun part when we just started with college.

Course Curriculum Overview :

It gave a wholesome view and details on the specialization the internship which was part of the curriculum was very rewarding in terms of knowledge gained by students. Getting a good outlook of the corporate world well before we stepped into it was the good part. The course structure was organized and helped gain understanding of all key areas in healthcare and hospital industry.

Remarks :

No bad remarks of course my review headline itself states "best college experience" I would love to go back to college and relive those days over and over again. DO not miss on the opportunity if you get admission in SIHS. You will definitely learn a whole new level to your corporate experience and aspects of your specialization.

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RT
7.2 /10

Course Curriculum Overview :

The curriculum of this management course is of 2 years duration. Students study in great detail about management of hospital health and all aspects related to it. There is a compulsory internship program along with exams and lectures.

Placement Experience :

There are various companies that are invited to the college to offer placement to students. Few of these are titan eye+, Dr lal path labs, Fortis, etc. The students are given placement based on their eligibility for the same.

Campus Life :

Activities other than the academia is an important part of college education. Students learn a great deal from various activities such as leadership, team work, coordination, etc which are important attributes.

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RK
9.0 /10

Campus Life :

The facilities provided on campus were remarkable, especially the sports facilities. Our college has a beautiful cricket ground, football ground, tennis court and many other sports gear in order to push the students to actively take part in the sports activities. You can also find facilities like a Bank, a temple, grocery stores and some of the finest labs.

Course Curriculum Overview :

Course curriculum was prescribed by the university. For the first two semesters we studied about the general management including subjects from a variable domain. It was followed by a summer internship. And from third semester onward we studied Hospital management. Course structure was pretty relaxed.

Fee Structure And Facilities :

Our college was a bit expensive in terms of the course fee. I paid almost 4 lacs for the two year program, which was our of budget to be honest. Even though the facilities provided were top notch but I still feel the fee could have been a little less for a specific course.

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