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    Health Care Management

    Healthcare Management refers to the management of issues in healthcare, particularly those in healthcare delivery. Although it is usually categorized under Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Management can be considered a separate topic, as it may refer to the leadership and general management of healthcare systems which facilitate the delivery of healthcare. The role of management in these systems is overlooking and making sure that specific outcomes occur, and that their operation is running as efficiently and smoothly as possible.

    In most countries, Healthcare Management refers to an area of study with a professional designation. In order to get involved with management, one must obtain a degree in healthcare administration from either a business school or from a school of public health. Although one can study healthcare management in an undergraduate bachelor’s degree, the standard credential in North America is for one to obtain a Master’s degree in the field before transition into the job market.

    In North America, there are establishments and professional organizations related to health systems management. These include the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. Thus, it can be seen Healthcare Management is extremely important as it ensures that healthcare systems work towards the common goal of efficient healthcare delivery.

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