Course Name: Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management
Course Id: PGDHM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduate.
Course and Exam Fee: 5000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Hospital Planning and Project Management||100||40|
|Medical Terminology and Procedures||100||40|
|Managerial Accounting and Financial Management||100||40|
|Law Related to Hospital Medical Services||100||40|
|Management of Healthcare and Hospital Services||100||40|
|Computer Fundamental and Software Related to Hospitals||100||40|
Hospital Management – Meaning, Importance, Hospital Planning – Meaning, Rationale, Types of plans, Planning process, Steps in hospital planning Process, MBO in hospitals – Need, Process, Advantages and limitations, Decision-making – Meaning and importance, Types – Process, Hospital Organization – Meaning, Structures, Organization Chart, Delegation Vs Decentralization, Departmentation, Organizational competence, Core competence, Strategic alliances, Hospital Management: Levels and roles, Planning and Organizing of Hospitals, New perspective in Hospital Management, National Health programmes in India, International Health: WHO and Other United Nations Agencies, Presentation on Contemporary issues and Current news awareness through Power Point, Conception of idea, formation of hospital planning team, market survey, feasibility study, selection of location, Financial planning of hospitals, Macro level planning, Conception to commissioning- site development, architects brief working drawings and specifications, engineering drawing, equipment planning, bed distribution, space allocation, interior designing and construction of building – commissioning, shake down period.
Hospital Planning and Project Management
Types of Hospital Organization & Statutory Requirements for Planning, Steps in Hospital Planning: Need Assessment, Feasibility Study, Appointment of Planning Teams/Consultants, Appointment of Architect, Size of the Hospital, Design of the Hospital, Selection of the Contractor, Project Management, Gantt charts, PERT, CPM, Preparation of Architect’s Brief, Selection of the Size, Preparation of the Master plan, Layout, Grouping, Zoning & Phasing of Activities, Circulation & Movements of Patients, Staff, Visitors, Landscaping in hospitals/ Parking arrangements, Planning for: Out Patient, Accident/Emergency, Indoor accommodation, Ward design – Bed wise planning, Special requirements of certain departments such as ICU, OT, Pediatric, Maternity ward and Labor room, Planning for Water supply, Electricity, Drainage & Sewage disposal, Planning for Equipments, Licences required for registration of hospital, Acquisition and Merger of existing hospital by another group, Commissioning a new hospital, Research Methodology: Planning a research project and selecting a research problem, Data from texts, internet and field.
Medical Terminology and Procedures
Fundamentals of Medical Terminology: Word Roots, Prefix, Suffix, Abbreviations & Symbols, Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology, Organs & Systems: Gastro Intestinal, Respiratory, Circulatory, Renal, Reproductive, Endocrine, Musculoskeletal, Common Diseases & Procedures – Gastro Intestinal: Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis, Appendicitis, Intestinal Obstruction, Hernia, Peritonitis, Gastroscopy, Colonoscopy, Laparoscopy, Laparotomy, Common Diseases & Procedures – Respiratory: Tuberculosis, Bronchial Asthma , Respiratory Failure ,Pulmonary Embolism, Pneumonia , Bronchosopy, Pulmonary Function Tests ,Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Medical Manual of Anatomy – By Sampath Madhyastha – CBS Publication, Musculoskeletal: Osteoporosis, Fractures and treatments, Implants, Oncology: Investigations, FNAC, Histopathology and frozen section, Application of nuclear medicine in oncology, Reproductive: Male and Female.
Managerial Accounting and Financial Management
Introduction, Origin of Accounting & its importance, Different disciplines in Accounting, Difference between Accounts, Costing, Finance, Taxation, Audit, etc, Double Entry System of Accounts, Transactions – Debit & Credit, Classification of Accounts, Rules of Accounts, Convention, concepts & norms of Accounts, Advantages of Double Entry System of Accounts, Journal: Types of Journals/Subsidiary Books, Passing of Journal Entries, Writing of narrations, Ledger: Posting in Ledger, Balancing of Ledger Accounts, Preparation of Trial Balance: Correction of mistakes in Trial Balance, Difficulties in locating the mistakes & its consequences, Depreciation: Why depreciation?, Mode of Depreciations, Preparation of Final Accounts: Profit making Hospitals, Non-Profit making Hospitals, Working Capital Management: Needs of Working Capital, Estimation of Working Capital requirement, Different sources of funds, Norms to be considered for Bank Loans, Changes in Financial Statements, Budgetary Control: Difference between Budget, Estimate & Projection , Types of Budget – with special reference to Functional Budget , How to monitor a Budget.
Law Related to Hospital Medical Services
Introduction & Legal Procedures: Court, Affidavit, Evidence, Complaint, Investigation, Oath, Offence, Warrant, Summons, Medico Legal Aspects of Emergency Services, Inquest, Police Inquest, Magistrate‘s Inquest, Criminal Courts in India & their Powers, General Important Legal Knowledge Pertaining to IPC, CRPC, Civil PC, Evidence Act, Rights & Responsibilities of Medical Person, Hippocratic Oath, Declaration of Geneva, Code of Medical Ethics, Organizational &Procedural Laws: Indian Contract Act, Nursing Home-Registration Act, Birth-Death Registration Act, Labour Laws Applicable to a Hospital: Indian Trade Union Act 1926/Industrial Dispute Act 1947, The Bombay Shops & Establishment Act, The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946, Payment of Wages Act, Employee Provident, Maternity Benefit Act, Professional Negligence, Errors & Commission Laws Related to Medical Procedures: Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971(MTP Act), Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques, Regulations & Prevention of Misuse Act 1994 (PNDT Act).
Management of Healthcare and Hospital Services
Health Administration in India, Health Care Delivery System: Introduction to organization of health services in India – Central, States, Defence, Railways and other PSUs, Voluntary agencies, Comprehensive health projects with Rural Development, International organizations related to health services, National Health Policy, National Health Programmes, Tuberculosis’s control Programme, Dots, Programme for control of Blindness, Family welfare progrmme, AIDS control programme, role & functions of National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), Epidemiological Triad, Levels of Disease Prevention, Review of reports on Healthcare: Bhore Committee, Kartar Singh Committee, Disaster Management/ Disaster Plan: Fire fighting, Dealing with crisis situations, Natural disasters –floods, earthquakes etc., Mob violence against medical establishments, Engineering Services: Maintenance of Building, Campus & Utilities, Fire safety, Statistical methods in hospitals for control of service quality.
Computer Fundamental and Software Related to Hospitals
Computer basics: Definition of a Computer, Block Diagram of elements of digital computer their functions, Computer Hardware & Software, Computer generations, Types of computers, Memory, CPU, I-O devices, Secondary storages, Magnetic Tape, Disk, CD-ROM. Other recent developments Scanners, Digitizer, Plotters, Printers, Hardware and Software, Micro, Mini, Main-frame and super computers, Cyber crimes – hackers and crackers, Operating system: Windows, Office Automation Software (MS-Office 2007): Word processing Software MS-Word – Mail merge, Spreadsheet Software MS-Excel – Graphics and charts, pivot table, Various types of Viruses, antivirus soft wares, Networking – LAN, MAN, WAN, VWAN, Introduction to Internet Technology: Explanation of Internet and its applications like E-mailing, Chatting Browsing, Data Uploading/ Downloading etc, Introduction to the software’s related to the Hospital Management: 8 Hospital Management System, Payroll system, Accounting System, Inventory Control System & other computer applications in Hospitals.