The concept of health care has gone beyond hospitals and is now related to a gamut of quality services linked to hospitals. This has increased the demand for quality health care professionals in India. Healthcare is, in fact, a fast growing vertical. Indian health-care market is currently estimated at USD 35 billion. It is expected to reach USD 150 billion by 2017. It is growing at a rate of 12 percent per annum. Changing demographics, rising incomes, growing lifestyle diseases, etc. demand better healthcare delivery in future.
There is a shortage of healthcare professionals in India and hence the Healthcare and Hospital Management verticals are expected to provide promising career. Opting for MBA Healthcare Management from a well known and a recognized institution would be a good option.
Generally, the eligibility criteria for joining the MBA in Healthcare Management is minimum of 50-55 percent of marks at the graduation level. Clinical Research Education and Management Academy (CREMA) and Institute of Clinical Research India offer top end courses in MBA Healthcare Management.
In addition, Faculty of Management Sciences, Delhi University; Birla Institute of Technology, Pilani; Madurai Kamaraj Univeristy, Madurai; Symbiosis Centre of Healthcare; and University of Hyderabad , Hyderabad offer MBA in Healthcare Management. Manipal Institute of Management offers MBA course in hospital administration and healthcare management.