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MSc Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management

Course Description

Do you have an interest in issues surrounding healthcare innovation? Are you interested in how we can meet healthcare demand with limited resources? How we can implement healthcare technologies effectively and efficiently? How we can maintain quality while containing costs? And how we can manage organisations in constantly changing healthcare systems? Then Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management could be just the programme for you.

Influencing the future of healthcare
Never has the need for innovation in healthcare been greater than today. Consumer demands and expectations are rising. Ageing and the advancement of new medical options have led to a growth in healthcare expenditures. Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management brings together both theory and practice in its focus on innovation. And it does so on all possible levels, from micro-to-macro-level, from individual organisations to national healthcare systems, from patient relations to the process of caretaking.

Why study Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management in Maastricht?
Unique focus on policy and management of healthcare innovation.
Solid insight into all aspects of healthcare innovation at all levels.
Strong emphasis on the importance of practical hands-on training in conducting your own research.
International classroom with students from different backgrounds and nationalities.
International network for placements abroad.
From a healthcare buyer to a senior policy adviser or consultant: the career opportunities are diverse.

Entry Requirements

1. a bachelor's degree issued by a Dutch or non-Dutch university in a relevant domain, eg.g health sciences; 2. a bachelor's degree issued by an Institute of Higher Vocational Education or University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands (240 ECTS), Belgium, Germany, Austria or Switzerland (180 ECTS) in a relevant domain. Please note that additional requirements could apply depending on your nationality, educational background, etc.

Last Updated

19 April 2017

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