Compare Distance learning Masters in Healthcare Studies in Italy 2019/2020
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Distance learning Master Degree in Healthcare Studies in Italy
Rome Business School's Master in eHealth & Telemedicine Management provides training aimed at producing high-level professional figures and managerial profiles able t
Rome Business School’s Master in eHealth and Telemedicine Management is the answer to the needs of anyone looking for a training of excellence in the technological sector of the Health Industry, providing a specific and thorough knowledge on the combined use of technologies of the information and communication sectors (with a particular focus on the Internet) applied to the Health Industry for clinical, didactic and administrative purposes.
The training provided by this exclusive program is aimed at producing high-level professional figures and managerial profiles able to catch the chances offered by the eHealth and Telemedicine sector and to constantly move towards progress and efficiency....
The Online Master in E-Health and Telemed Management combines the use of information technology and electronic communication, especially the internet, in the health secto
Starting Date: each year, March and October
Under the patronage of SIT – the Italian Society of Telemedicine - The Rome Business School’s Online Master in E-Health and Telemed Management has been designed to supply training on organizational processes and technologies aimed at the proper introduction and management of ICT solutions and Telemedicine in Health Systems.
E-Health is the combined use of information technology and electronic communication, especially the internet, in the health sector, for clinical, educational and administrative purposes; both on-site and at distance (in which case it is called Telemedicine).
E-Health is not only a technical development but also represents a way of thinking, a commitment, an organizational approach to improve health care locally or regionally by using the new opportunities presented by Information and Communication Technology....