Health care professionals face ageing populations, rising health care costs, fragmented health care supply and advancing medical technologies and IT systems. Integration of care requires more and more collaboration between professionals and organizations in health care networks. Apparent competing interests need to be aligned for the health of the individual and population. These developments go beyond every day practice and do require advanced competences in governance and organizational – and planning skills for health care professionals, management and leaders of related organizations.
Theoretical lectures and methodology will be complemented with practical work through the Population and Governance Lab with and within the population and organizations in The Hague area. This winter course is an in-depth addition to the knowledge acquired during the PHM Summercourse, but is also very valuable for those who are new to the subject PHM. It is open to Summercourse students as well as to new applicants.
The Population Health Management, Governance (PHM-governance) course aims at
The partners of the LUMC- Campus The Hague offer the first winter course in PHM governance, organized in cooperation with the Campus The Hague Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs (FGGA) for health care professionals (-trainees) and master students that: