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MBA – Hospital & Healthcare Management

Program Overview

HHM Program Highlights (1)

The MBA (Hospital & Healthcare Management) is a two-year full-time program spread across six terms. The program consists of a total of minimum 108 credits. In the first year, students will undergo the core courses. In the second year, students can choose elective courses from two tracks of specialization i.e. “Hospital Management” and “Healthcare Management” . The “Hospital Management” track covers courses related to management/administration of various functions in hospitals and allied areas. The “Healthcare Management” track covers courses related to public health, health insurance and pharmaceuticals. In addition, students will choose general electives courses from different management domains such as HR, Marketing, IT, Finance, Operations & General Management. At the end of first year, students will undergo an industry immersion for an extended duration of 4 months. Students will be involved in the community project in the 5th term during which they will conduct a field study to understand various public health issues and effectiveness of public health schemes run by the government.

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The summary of the credit structure is shown below.

Total Credits
Total Credits
Core Courses
Elective Courses
21 (Track Specific)
18-24 (General)
Industry Immersion / Field Studies
(Industry Immersion)
(Community Project)

Program Highlights


IIM Bodh Gaya HHM program Higlights  

Industry Advisory Board

Dr. Sathya Sriram

Dr. Sathya Sriram

Chief Executive Officer – Preventive Health

Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.

Col. Hemraj Singh Parmar

Col. Hemraj Singh Parmar

Co-founder, DoctCo & Group CEO

Col. Hemraj Singh Parmar

Rohit Gulati

Director, Marketing - India & South Asia

Johnson & Johnson Vision

Satyajit Nath

Satyajit Nath

Director, Insurance Business Unit

Capgemini Technology Services


Rana Dasgupta

Chief Executive Officer

Eastern Region,
Apollo Hospitals Group


Neeraj Lal

Chief Operating Officer

Apollo Hospitals,
Gujarat Region


Saji Daniel Mathew

Vice President, Institutional Business

Agappe Diagnostics Ltd.

Tanuja Masand

Tanuja Masand

Group Head

Corporate Development,
CEO Office, Coforge

Vivek Jha

Vivek Jha

Head-Strategy & Operations, Global Drug Development, India


Vivek Jha

Ashish Bansal

Partner - Deal Advisory,

KPMG India

Program Structure

Year I
Sl. No.Term-I
1Organizational Behaviour in Healthcare
2Business Statistics: Healthcare Perspective
3Managerial Economics
4Accounting for Healthcare Organizations
5Marketing Management for Healthcare
6Healthcare Delivery Systems & Public Health Administration
7Business Communication for Health Professionals
8Dynamics of Medical Devices/Equipment & Diagnostics Business
Sl. No.Term-II
1Financial Management for Healthcare Organizations
2Operations Management: Healthcare Perspective
3Healthcare Quality Management
4Human Resource Management for Healthcare
5Healthcare Management Information System
6Patient-Centric Healthcare Service Delivery
7Sustainable Development Practices in Healthcare
8Health Economics
9Principles of Epidemiology & Biostatistics
10Mindfulness at Workplace
Sl. No.Term-III
1Digital Transformation for Healthcare
2Strategic Management
3Project Management: Healthcare Perspective
4Healthcare Product Management
5Dynamics of Health Insurance & Pharmaceutical Business
6Service Leadership in Healthcare
7Research Methodology for Healthcare
8Medical Ethics & Medico Legal Systems
9Entrepreneurship & New Venture Planning for Healthcare
Industry Immersion (4 Months)

Participants will be engaged in an organization operating in healthcare space or having healthcare focus (e.g. hospital/ pharmaceutical/medical equipment/health insurance/ IT/Consulting etc.). They will work on a project assigned by the respective organization. They need to develop a detailed project report and presentation for the same.

Year II
Specialization Track (Hospital Management)
Sl. No.Name of the Course
1Hospital Planning & Design
2Administration of Hospital Clinical Services
3Administration of Hospital Support Services
4Patient Care & Patient Safety
5Electronic Medical Records
6Hospital Waste Management
7Materials & Equipment Management
8Accreditations for Health Services
Specialization Track (Healthcare Management)
Sl. No.Name of the Course
1Program Planning, Implementation, Monitoring & Evaluation
2Public Health Disaster & Risk Management
3Communication for Public Health & International Health
4Pharmaceutical Compliance and Regulatory Affairs
5Healthcare Financing
6Economics of Aging
7Health Analytics
8Health Insurance & Managed Care
9Healthcare Supply Chain & Logistics Management
10Managing Pharmaceutical Stores & Distribution
11Medical Tourism
12International Health
General Pool of Electives
AreaName of the Course
HRCompensation and Performance Management
HRNegotiation & Conflict Management
HROrganizational Development & Change Management
HRPeople Analytics for Healthcare
MKTBranding of Healthcare Products & Services
MKTSales & Business Development for Healthcare
MKTDigital Marketing Strategies for Healthcare
MKTDistribution Management: Healthcare Perspective
MKTB2B Marketing for healthcare
MKTIntegrated Marketing Communication for Healthcare
FINHealthcare Service Costing
ITAI in healthcare
ITIoT for Healthcare
ITBlock Chain for Healthcare
ITBig Data in Healthcare
ITAR/VR in healthcare
ITBigdata in health care
ITProgramming for Healthcare Managers
OpsLean Healthcare Management
GMCreativity & Innovation Management
GMStakeholder Management
Community Project (Term-V)

Students will visit to the nearby semi urban/rural areas to understand various health related problems faced by the community. They will interact with people to understand how various public health schemes are reaching to them, how they are getting benefited by such schemes and what are the loopholes. At the end, students have to submit a project work based on the observations and interactions.

Career opportunities

Participants of the Hospital & Healthcare Management program will be in demand by the following segments of healthcare industry at various levels of management: (This is just an indicative list)

Large corporate hospitals (Eg: Apollo hospitals, Max healthcare, Fortis)
National & international health organizations (Eg: WHO, Unicef, Worldbank)
Consulting firms (Eg: KPMG, PWC, Deloitte)
Health Insurance Companies/TPAs (Eg: Max Bupa, HDFC Ergo, ICICI Lombard)
Medical devices companies (Eg: Siemens, GE, Phillips)
Online diagnostic services (Eg: Dr. Lal Pathlab, Thyrocare, Tata 1Mg)
Pharmaceuticals (Eg: Novartis, Cipla, Dr. Reddy’s, Sun Pharma, Biocon)
Online pharmacy & wellness companies (Eg: Netmeds, PharmEasy, Healthkart)
IT & ITES with focus on digital health
Consumer healthcare product companies (Eg: Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, GSK)
Public health system (Eg: District/State/National health)
Popular Job Roles in Hospital and Healthcare Management
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Indian Healthcare Industry: Overview

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Indian Healthcare Industry: Growth Facts & Opportunities
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Policy & Government Support
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Notable Trends in the Indian Healthcare Industry
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Admission & Fees

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Contact Us

Indian Institute of Management Bodh Gaya
Uruvela, Prabandh Vihar,
Bodh Gaya – 824234, Gaya, Bihar, India

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