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EGADE and TecSalud launch online course for enterprising medics

This program aims to facilitate the adoption of best practices in medical entrepreneurship, business models, and talent management.
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The online course was designed to meet the challenges of health service administration within the context of post-pandemic recovery and transformation. (Photo: iStock)

Tecnológico de Monterrey’s EGADE Business School, in collaboration with TecSalud and the Mexican Hospital Consortium, announced the launch of Health Systems Management, an online program that will help advance future medical service business models and support medical entrepreneurs.

EGADE and TecSalud launch online course for enterprising medics

The new 100% online executive program was designed to meet the challenges of health service administration within the context of post-pandemic recovery and transformation.

“In order to contribute to the progress towards future medical service business models, the first version of the program began on May 12 with more than 40 participants, including managers and professionals from the health sector from various states across Mexico,” said Pablo Buitrón, Associate Dean of Executive Education at EGADE Business School.

This program aims to facilitate the adoption of best practices in medical entrepreneurship, business models, and talent management for the sector’s future.

Who is it aimed at?

The course is aimed at directors and managers of health institutions, professionals with experience of running health institutions, and staff from hospitals, clinics, and pharmaceutical companies and laboratories who are looking for agile and innovative post-pandemic learning, and all public and private health sector professionals interested in offering the highest quality health services.

Health systems in our country and throughout Latin America need to change in order to face the realities of health and economic issues, as well as the needs of the population within our communities. This TecSalud and EGADE Business School program, created in collaboration with the Mexican Hospital Consortium, represents our first attempt to address these issues,” said Guillermo Torre, Rector of TecSalud and Vice President of Research at Tecnológico de Monterrey.

Participants in the Health Systems Management program learn to identify and take advantage of health service opportunities and interactions to create value in an increasingly competitive, global, interconnected, and conscious environment.

This program is taught 100% online, has a duration of 30 hours, and consists of six modules:

1. Current context

2. Business models

3. Medical staff and talent

4. Marketing and customers

5. Collaborative leadership

6. Technology and change

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