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The AMPH curriculum has been designed in consultation with leaders from the healthcare industry. It ensures that the learnings at the programme are relevant to the current needs of the industry. Consistent with ISB’s philosophy of delivering high-quality, industry-relevant management programmes, the School undertakes periodic curriculum review and makes necessary changes for it to be kept in sync with the latest trends and challenges of the healthcare industry. The pedagogy is participant-centric and experiential in nature, making it interesting for working professionals returning to structured learning environment after a gap of few years.
Quantitative Techniques boot camp and sessions on preparing for case discussions help participants make a seamless transition to a formal learning environment.
Fundamentals across all management disciplines
Industry core & advanced courses
Builds on foundational courses and introduces participants to healthcare industry-specific learnings, and contemporary thinking in the industry
The Action Learning Project (ALP) provides cross-functional interactive learning where participants deploy classroom learning in solving an ongoing business problem or challenge.
The faculty-led Healthcare Innovation and Industry Trek (HIIT) will impart experiential learning and an opportunity to deep-dive into healthcare businesses that are embracing innovation at its core.
The co-curricular learning exposes participants to the latest trends in the industry through industry conferences, panel discussions, webinars, and guest speaker series.
Cutting across the programme, LEADER CONNECT exposes participants to senior leaders and policymakers from the industry through Catalyst, distinguished speaker lectures, ISB HealthScape conference, panel discussions and webinars.
Dr. Ajaikumar B S, Chairman and CEO, HCG Oncology
Dr. Habil Khorakiwala, Chairperson, Wockhardt Ltd
Dr. Krishna Ella, Chairman and Managing Director, Bharat Biotech
Dr. R A Badwe, Director, Tata Memorial Centre
Dr. V.K. Paul, Member, NITI Aayog
Dr. Indu Bhushan, Former CEO, Ayushman Bharat
Dr. Harish Pillai, CEO, Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings
Mr. Rohit M A, Cofounder & Managing Director, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals
Dr. G N Rao, Founder, L V Prasad Eye Institute
Ms. Suchitra M Ella, Cofounder & Joint MD, Bharat Biotech
Mr. Sandeep Makkar, MD, Johnson & Johnson Medical India
Mr. Sandeep Lakshmipathy, Director, Software (Edison AI Platform), GE Healthcare
Mr. Arpan Malhotra, India Business Head - Diagnostics, Siemens Healthcare
Dr. Geetha Manjunath, Founder, CEO & CTO, NIRAMAI
Mr. Pankaj Sahni, CEO, Medanta
Dr. K Hariprasad, President, Hospital Division, Apollo group
The AMPH is a modular residential programme delivered in a blended learning format thus allowing busy clinicians and administrators the flexibility of learning management with minimal disruption at work.
Delivered through 4 residencies of 9 days each, once every quarter
Participants required to stay on campus during these residencies
Interactive e-platform for participants to engage in learning off-campus
Platform predominantly used for tutorials and course content
Pre-reading before each term reading: 8-10 hours/week
Textbooks, cases, articles, etc. available through a Learning Management System
Residential, blended learning format to allow busy clinicians and administrators the flexibility of learning with minimal disruption at work
Participants of the AMPH will undergo 15 credits of taught courses and 1 credit of the Action Learning Project (ALP). The courses are designed to offer a comprehensive learning of management principles in a healthcare delivery setting. An indicative list of courses is given below.
The Action Learning Project (ALP) is an important pedagogical tool that is designed to give participants a chance to deploy their classroom learning in solving an ongoing business challenge. It is a group exercise guided by a faculty mentor. Participants typically choose a live project from the organisation where they are currently employed.
Select areas and topics of action learning project from the previous batches
Business Plan Development
Extra perinatal care during the process - Birth of an infant & re-birth of the mother
Heart Failure Unit- A comprehensive care model
Implementation and utilisation of wireless sensors and IoT to automate patient vigilance and to determine its impact on patient safety and hospital operations
Implementation and utilization of wireless sensors and IoT to automate patient vigilance and to determine its impact on patient safety and hospital operations
AI enabled evidence-based therapeutic interventions for treatment of Diabetes
Improving the TAT for lab results through Lean Six Sigma
Analysis of price capping on cardiac stents and its effect in corporate setup
Patient acquisition through social media
Marketing and business development of Global Teleclinics
While case study discussions in class brings healthcare innovation to classroom, the Healthcare Innovation and Technology Trek will take classroom to the centres of healthcare innovation. This faculty-led experiential learning module will provide an opportunity to deep-dive into healthcare businesses that are embracing innovation at its core. Participants will visit facilities and meet leaders from healthcare startups, R&D and innovation centres, and organisations implementing innovative healthcare models to understand emerging technologies and witness the designing of future-ready solutions.
The programme is scheduled to commence in August 2023. The four residencies will be run across both campuses of the School. The residency dates are as follows –
August 25, 2023
Quantitative Technique for Decision Making
Weekends in the evenings post briefing
September 22, 2023
September 23-October 1, 2023
February 2-11, 2024
April 5-14, 2024
July 19-28, 2024
*Part of Residency 1
Note: While every effort will be made not to change the dates of the residencies,
ISB reserves the right to modify the schedule in case of extraneous reasons.