Learning Model

The four phase learning model complimented by the Industry Interaction Programme of AMPH is designed to achieve just this. AMPH’s emphasis is on action and application rather than lecturing and theory. The pedagogy will involve the integration of faculty lectures with case study discussions, simulations and group activities.

Phase 1: Pre course
Quantitative Techniques boot camp and sessions on preparing for case discussion helps participants transition to formal teaching environment

Phase 2: Fundamental courses
Fundamentals across all management disciplines

Phase 3:  Industry Core and Advanced Courses
Builds on foundational courses and introduces participants to healthcare industry specific learnings, and contemporary thinking in the industry

Phase 4: Experiential Learning
Applied Learning Project provides cross functional experiential learning where participants deploy classroom learning in solving an ongoing business problem or challenge

Industry CONNECT

AMPH’s Industry CONNECT is curated to expose the participants to innovation and next practices in the health sector. Apart from CATALYST and panel discussions, a guest speaker series featuring senior industry leaders runs through the programme. Select speakers in the past include :  
  • Dr Ajaikumar B S, Chairman and CEO, HCG Oncology
  • Analjit Singh, Founder Chairman Emeritus, Max Healthcare
  • Dr Chawla Y K, Director, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh
  • Daljit Singh, President, Fortis Healthcare Ltd.
  • Dr Dinesh Arora, Deputy CEO, Ayushman Bharat
  • Dr Habil Khorakiwala, Chairperson, Wockhardt Ltd.
  • Dr Krishna Ella, Chairman and Managing Director, Bharat Biotech
  • Dr R A Badwe, Director, Tata Memorial Centre 
  • Ramesh Krishnan, Chief Executive Officer and Head of MESA, Parkway Pantai Limited
Programme Structure
The AMPH is a rigorous and challenging programme. It is designed as a 12-month, modular residential programme, delivered in a blended learning format that minimises disruption at work.

Classroom Learning
Classroom learning will be delivered through four residencies of nine days each, once every quarter. Participants will be required to stay on campus during these residencies.

Online Learning
An online interactive technology platform will be used to keep participants engaged in learning between residencies when they are off campus. This platform will be used predominantly for tutorials, and occasionally for course content.

Participants are expected to spend eight to ten hours per week studying pre-reading material before classes commence each term. The pre-course reading materials, which will be in the form of text books, cases, articles etc., will be made available to all participants in advance through a Learning Management System.