The final attestation works of the students of the Healthcare Management program of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) were nominated for the competition "The Best Project of the Presidential Program Graduate - St. Petersburg 2020".
The following works are nominated for the competition:
Development strategy for the Center for Robotic Surgery, St. Petersburg State Budgetary Healthcare Institution, City Mariinsky Hospital. The author is Dmitry Ilyin, Deputy Head of the Center for Robotic Surgery at the Mariinsky Hospital, and academic advisor is Olga Verkhovskaya, Associate Professor of the Department of Strategic and International Management;
Development of Geropharm strategy. The authors are Olga Miroshnikova, Head of the Geropharm Recruitment and Adaptation Group, and Dmitry Nakhamchen, the National Commercial Director of Geropharm, Academic Advisor is Andrew Ivanov, Head of Healthcare Management program, Associate Professor of the Public Administration Department.
GSOM SPbU Healthcare Management program is the only Russian educational program of management and innovation in healthcare that has international certification at the level of recognized world leaders in this field. The heads of the leading state and private medical organizations of St. Petersburg act as invited lecturers.
The implementation of the program is based on the integration of education, science, business and government. In particular, this academic year, the results of scientific research on value chains in the provision of medical services, carried out at GSOM SPbU together with a number of clinics in St. Petersburg, were introduced into the educational process and used in the development of graduate certification projects for students.
In November 2020, 30 Heads of organizations from different regions of the Russian Federation completed training under the Healthcare Management program. The final attestation commission was chaired by Vladimir Zholobov, Deputy Chairman of the St. Petersburg Healthcare Committee.
The next launch of the program is scheduled for February 1, 2021.