== Overview ==
HealthManagement.org (HM) is a multidimensional, fully interactive health management and leadership portal. Content focus is on
HealthManagement.org - The Journal
is world-wide one of the leading journals in this field.Management, innovation, corporate governance, new techniques and technologies with the objective to simplify healthcare managers' decision-making process and enhance outcome efficiency are covered amongst others.
Our contributing partners, who are distinguished health-care specialists, ensure the integrity of the information delivered through both print and digital publications.
HM is supported by over 100 professional associations
and conferences. It is a valuable resource for healthcare management due to its focus on delivering impartial and factual information on industry issues and best practices in health administration and leadership.
== Objectives ==
We are committed to serving the industry leadership by ensuring cross-departmental learning and bridging medical specialities. It also recognises the challenges facing newly-qualified healthcare management professionals, and strives to cater to their needs in organisation of day-to-day health administration and care, efficient use and management of resources, strategic decision-making, managing change and supporting professional development.
== History ==
Health management requires good leadership, continuous sharing of best practices and proactive outlook for healthcare sciences. In the 1990s the founding partners realised the importance of integrated healthcare management in every field, and the first milestone was set when (E)Hospital,
the Official Journal of the European Association of Hospital Managers
was launched. Later in early-2000s Imaging, Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
, Healthcare IT, and Cardiology Management were introduced as separate platforms and Laboratory, Pharma, Theatre and Surgery, Infections and Hygiene as management sections.
== Core Values and Vision ==
Our core values are:
* FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION - the most essential prerequisite in order for the public to be well informed;
* FREEDOM OF PRESS - the main safeguard of freedom of expression which ensures protection of basic civil freedoms;
* RESPECT FOR DIVERSITY OF OPINIONS - we defend the freedom to publish different points of views;
* RESULTS-DRIVEN APPROACH – we embrace cross-departmental collaboration and promote knowledge sharing.
Healthcare driven by results achieved through efficient processes that deliver the highest quality and safety.
== Results-driven Leadership ==
At Health Management (HM) we think that in present-day competitive market hospital governance can be optimised if the institution’s culture and practices meet stakeholders’ demands for un-disputable ethical behaviour and efficiency. Many healthcare organisations are mandated to abide by a new governance approach, which requires creating value for all the stakeholders through performance, conformance and responsibility. The Health Management Faculty
, who are acknowledged thought-leaders, share their insights and practical experience with clinicians, who aspire to assume leadership roles and seek managerial competence that yields results.
== Commitment to Social Responsibility ==
In the healthcare delivery and hospital governance context social responsibility, which means that the patient should be given primary consideration, is the new paradigm. Fully integrated healthcare allows provision of optimised treatment, efficient pre-and post-care, and putting into practice effective disease prevention solutions.
Competent and efficient hospital governance and corporate strategy are the benchmark of an institution’s commitment to social responsibility in developed societies.
At Health Management we recognise the fact that healthcare has evolved into a complex and dynamic industry and support the emerging models of hospital management (entrepreneurism) and corporate governance by sharing insights based on vigorous research to help leadership in healthcare institutions and policy makers fulfil their societal objectives and better meet the needs of all stakeholders.
Robust mechanisms of corporate governance allow managers to be socially responsible in healthcare institutions and fulfil societal objectives in accordance with the law and professional code of ethics.
Health Management (HM) is a reliable source for industry specialists to gain relevant knowledge which will enable them to be effective in cross-functional collaboration, health integration activities, implementation of best-practices and results-driven leadership.
== Corporate Structure ==