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Health Economics for Hospital Management
Author:  
Shuvendu Bikash Dutta BHMS PGDHHM MAHA
 


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ISBN9789350907429
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2013
Pages268
Size 5.5" X 8.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 310
Quick Overview

Economics is concerned with the alternative use of resources; and, when it is applied in health, we are concerned with how efficiently we can utilize our 3M resources (Man, Material and Money). I mean the human resource, material and the financial resources. Here, in heath, technological resources also play an important role. Every health care worker irrespective of the job profile what he/she does must be acquainted with the basic concepts of economics and its application to health sector in order to manage health care organizations and health care delivery system efficiently.

This publication provides an introduction to health economics for health professionals and students with no previous economics background. It aims to present basic concepts of economics in a clear manner and to demonstrate their potential application to the health sector, particularly within developing countries.

This book is prepared in line with the set curriculum, which is currently used in different universities and healthcare management training institutes. The material in this book is compiled from different books/journals that are published by different authors, my college lecture notes and from the Internet.

Key Features

This book provides an introduction to health economics for those who have no previous knowledge of economics. Here, the basic concepts of economics have been clearly demonstrated in a very simple and lucid language and the examples given are taken from our daily life to make the subject easy-to-understand and interesting and thereby removing the phobia of economics.

This book is more or less in tune with the syllabus framed by different universities and healthcare management training institutes. Basically intended to benefit the management students studying in different universities.

Concepts, ideas and examples in this book will help to serve as working material so that students, health care professionals and others could understand and apply basic ideas of economics to health sector.

Target Audience
Health Care Professionals and Students.
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