Health Care Management
The Health Management Specialty track prepares graduates for positions of leadership and management in public health, health, government and community service organizations. It shares with other specialty tracks the missions, core values and competencies of the Mount Sinai Master in Public Health Program.
Students will learn competencies in strategic, ethical and accountable management practices, in state of the art human resource management and supervision, in the techniques of finance and budgeting, the use of quantitative tools for management accountability and for managing cost effective health care and they will learn to design implement and evaluate programs and projects.
The Health Management specialty track curriculum provides competency based learning in Organizational development/organization behavior including theory and application, team leadership, relationship building, collaboration and community orientation, social marketing, public relations and communication and in information systems management and assessment.
- Apply theories of organizational analysis, organizational behavior and financial analysis to managing and leading public health and health organizations.
- Design, implement and manage cost effective health programs and projects.
- Apply, manage and implement human resource practices in an ethical, legally compliant and culturally responsive manner.
- Develop skills in team management, collaboration and leadership to effect change at multiple levels.
- Appropriately manages various health care payment methodologies for diverse at risk populations.
- Develop market analyses of population based problems, and initiate community partnerships in service development and evaluation.