shefali kularia Started The Discussion:
Hello seniors,
I am working in consultancy for around (6 months) which deals in many sectors...
Nowadays, we can hear a lot about booming of Healthcare sector in India. I am very much attracted towards this. Their are around $90 million jobs coming up in few years.
I have discussed with my Boss & he told me to get started. I tried to do some Research & Development but couldn’t succeed.
I request you to please guide me & give some direction as I don’t want to loose this amazing opportunity of business development in Healthcare Sector from my hand.

Will be waiting as soon as possible…

Shefali
Posted 7th September 2007 From India, Delhi
Hi! Shefali,

I being from the Healthcare Industry can say that there are lot of job opportunities in healthcare and for varied category. It's not only for Doctors and Nurses but also for the support sevice department which includes Administration, Food and Beverage, House Keeping, Finance, Materials/ Purchase, Security, Human Resources, Front Office/ Reception, Telephones, Operations, Marketing. So you can well imagine the amount of business you can generate from the Healthcare Industry. If you have any other query related to it you can feel free to put it across?

Regards,
Shweta Mishra Singh.
Posted 7th September 2007 From India
Dear Shefali,

Ms. Shweta Mishra Singh has rightly summed up the entire thing. I would like to understand from Ms. Mishra Singh if preference would be given to Non Clinical manpower over Clinical Manpower for recruitments in support areas.

I also request Ms. Mishra to let me know about any suitable opportunities in Opeartions.

Regards,

Sudhanshu
Posted 9th September 2007 From India, Bangalore
thanks for informing me about the scope!!!!
Currently i want to ask thathow should i go about it as a recruitment Fresher...??
how to approach clients? How to start a new business??
ETC...ETC...

Regs
Shefali

Posted 9th September 2007 From India, Delhi
hie all,i am currently doing my MBA in hospital and health care management and looking out for my summer internship.colud any1 plez suggest me of some good hospital in mumbai whr i could start and how i should approach them as this is a new stream and not many hospitals know about this course.
Posted 3rd January 2009 From India, Pune
Hi Shefali
I am Manish Pandey i am persuing PGD in Hospital Management and Health Care Management and i did my graduationin B.M.R.I.T and i have worked in sir ganga ram hospital now i want to join health care so what is the job oppertunity and what about the salary in health sector

Regards,
Manish Pandey
Posted 20th September 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi..,
I am Dr.Sneha, n I learn there is a lot of scope in health care domain. Its a rising sun always..! Nobody would ever compromise for health.. so its green always. However, to have the right skill set and experiential learning really matters. Nobody would want to train while on job...they look forward to trained capable peolpe with a combination of health care and management.
Do let me know if anybody needs help/sugesstions.

Regards,
Dr.Sneha
Posted 15th January 2010 From India, Bangalore
As per the latest industry trends i am sharing some of the key opportunities in healthcare sector. There is a huge requirement of professionals who are specially trained in healthcare / hospital Administration.

Healthcare Administration: -
• India is gradually gathering popularity as a health tourist destination.
• Healthcare Tourism is expected to grow at an annual rate of 50% in the period 2012-2020
• Biggest driver for growth in healthcare tourism is differentiation in medical expenses as compared to the western countries.
• India ranks second in the world in the medical tourism after Thailand.
• 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) is permitted for health and medical services under the automatic route.
• India’s healthcare insurance sector is also expected to grow at an annual rate of 40%.
• To meet the manpower shortages Indian government is investing 20 billion dollars over the next five years.
• Job Profiles: - Quality Assurance manager, Hospital Administrator, Corporate Health manager.
• Top Companies: - Medanta Medicity, Columbia Asia, Fortis, Sri Ganga Ram Hospitals, Apollo Hospitals, Max Healthcare. 

Thanks.
Posted 16th January 2013 From India, Delhi
I am Mba in Marketing. I need to know, what are my possible opportunity for me as an candidate in Health care sector, and i have experience of 20 months as a medical representative.
Posted 6th February 2014 From India, Delhi
It is interesting to see so much interest in the Healthcare sector. Yes, there are several opportunities in this sector and it has many domains within it.

I would recommend that MBAs, IT professionals (with programming skills in .Net, C++ and Java), plain graduates and engineers explore the Healthcare Informatics domain as currently there is an extremely large requirement for professionals not only in India but also overseas. The salaries range from Rs. 3.00 lacs and rise up to Rs. 24.00 lacs pa for freshers and those with a couple of years of experience in India alone. In the US, the salaries start from around US$37,000 and can go up to US$110,000. (Salaries largely depend on the presentation and negotiation skills of the candidate).

This professional with this qualification, basically is the interface between the hospital and its IT department/pharma/insurance/finance/medical device etc. It is a critically important role and in India there are about 27,000+ opportunities currently. Unfortunately, these courses are conducted overseas and a big ticket item.

There are no internship programs that I am aware of in India offered by companies.

Companies in India that hire these professionals are nearly all blue-chip with quite a few global names. The jobs are usually secure because both clients and employers want consistency from their service providers/employees.

The industries are Medical device companies, IT/ITeS companies, Pharmas, Hospitals, Labs, Clinics, Insurance companies, Global consulting entities etc. Admittedly, there are a very large number of start-up firms operating in this market and most pay at par with the larger companies and even offer a better growth trajectory.

We train for this sector in India and have a course for Healthcare Informatics with a certification from the US thereby enabling one to work in over a 100 countries where this certification is valid. Besides, we also help our trainees with interview opportunities.
Posted 28th April 2014 From India, Pune
@ Rahulmukherjee:

Hello sir !! I am B.E in electrical engineering. Could you please throw some light on whether i can pursue a course in health administration. I have taken admission to Tata institute of social sciences for that. I fear due to my lack of IT experience, i would be sidelined during placements. I have heard that IT companies prefer those experienced in IT domain, to work in healthcare IT sector. Is it true ?
Posted 22nd May 2014 From India, Jaipur
@Nipen_d

Apologies for this delay in my reply (in the event I have not replied to you by email... I did get quite a few mails with regard to my reply here).

I do not think you need to fear TISS sidelining you during placements. It is too reputed a brand that it is entirely unlikely that they would be cavalier towards you. Remember, everyone has something unique that they bring to the negotiating table. You need to figure what it is that is unique about you and your talent/skills that a prospective recruiter would find compelling.

IT skills can be learned, especially when it comes to Healthcare Administration, I think. Complexity comes into play when there are too many stakeholders and everyone needs to be kept happy.

Just so that you are aware, there would be openings within the hospitality industry for someone with a Healthcare Administration qualification. It is merely a suggestion, but do read up on the niche oppotunities that are available. I would also advice that you depend on yourself and your own efforts in securing a job that is meant for you or else you will find yourself compromising for something that might never have been one of your choices.

Hope this helps. Cheers!
Posted 25th June 2014 From India, Pune
Hello Friends
here i am telling you the Scope of Hospitality and Healthcare Management. The Candidate who are willing to make their career in Healthcare Management can get a Degree Courses in Regular or Diploma Courses through Distance Education.
you can do according to you. if you are working Professional can do BBA in Hospitality and Healthcare Management through Distance Education mode.
at present healthcare Industry in Fastest Growing Industry in world. there are So many opportunities are waiting there like:
Hospital CEO
Hospital Administrator
Hospital CFO
Pharmaceutical Product Manager
Medical Practice Manager
Health Informatics Manager
for working professionals BBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management or MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management is Best Option for making a Career in Healthcare.
NIMT - Neptune Institute of Management and Technology offer BBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management Course through Distance Education mode from Recognized University. so many other Institute and Universities which offer this Course through Distance Some are:
VMU - Vinayaka Mission University
SMU - Sikkim Manipal University
KSOU - Karnataka State Open University
INGOU
Manav Bharti University.
So Future Scope in Healthcare Management is Secure and Bright
Thanks and Regards
Bhushan Singh
Posted 28th November 2014 From India, Delhi
respected seniors felt enthusiastic by your posts....
Myself suma chakrasali who has persued MBA in healthcare services from paramedic background looking for hospital jobs in pune as a fresher im trying since four months applied almost at every hospital but where ever i applied im getting the answer "will let you know whn therez vacancy" didnt get a single call for interview donno wat to do further.......if any one can help me in getting any admin related jobs in pune plz mail me at...... sumamohanchakrasali@gmail.com .... thanks in advance
Posted 19th June 2015 From India, Mumbai
I am student planning to go for BDS this year. After completing BDS if i plan to complete my MBA in health management then will there be any scope at that time?
In short i want to know about the scope in health management in next 6 to 7 years,
Posted 23rd July 2015 From India, Visakhapatnam



 
 
 
 







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