For some years, hospital day-to-day management issues have arisen, as well as in private medicine, which I exercise, have aroused my curiosity and often my perplexity. Nowadays, due to a large number of changes that our health system has undergone, these issues have been reinforced in a more significant and weighted way, without necessarily translate toward a positive final balance.
Currently, the providers of healthcare of excellence are not only the ones in which we provide the best health care, the most sophisticated equipment and the best and most motivated professionals but, they are also linked, without a doubt, with a lower cost and as little waste as possible. The goal intended will only be achieved if all the professionals involved speak the same language, work for the same purpose and are in perfect harmony. It will only be achieved a great outcome if all professionals are committed, which hence the need for physicians to also participate in the management and decision-making processes in the institutions to which they belong. If this does not happen, even the best decision faces failure. These were the reasons that led me to attend the Advanced Health Management Program, which I strongly recommend to all physicians.