Engineers are blamed by commerce students for making the fight of doing an MBA from top B-schools a more competitive one. Right? Who would have thought that doctors would come out in the field of MBA and make this battle even more exciting?
MBA after MBBS? Is that a thing? Moreover, does it even make sense? Well, yes. It does. It is gaining popularity and it is a killer combination. What? Do you think we are exaggerating? Really? We thought all our trust issues were sorted by now. Never mind, read along and judge for yourself.
Why MBA after MBBS?
While there are many ambitious students who pursue M.D (Doctor of Medicine) after MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) and carry out the humble profession of treating patients on a daily basis, a few choose to create a bigger impact in the Healthcare Industry in general and opt for an MBA.
Such has been the case of a Leverage Edu mentor, Dr Charu Arora, a Senior Product Manager at Jio Health Hub who decided to dream big after completing her MBBS from Lady Hardinge Medical College and Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Cardiology from Indira Gandhi National Open University. She had the ambition of creating a meaningful influence in the Healthcare Industry and so decided to switch roles from being a cardiologist and physician to an MBA student at Indian School of Business and Hass School of Business, University of California (as an exchange student). She is highly passionate about the technology, innovation and business sides of the Healthcare Sector as a whole and is constantly working towards improving the experience of patients and optimizing healthcare delivery practices. Currently, as the Senior Product Manager at Jio Health Hub, she is walking on the path that leads to a revolution in healthcare technology in India.
Inspiring. Right? MBA after MBBS does open doors for doctors to new and exciting paths.
With every new clinic and every new hospital, with every new medicine and every new advancement in healthcare, comes the opportunity to make the business as good as the art of healing. Letting an MBBS degree hold hands of an MBA allows doctors to better understand and access the hospital, healthcare delivery, and treatment processes, giving them a chance to put the inefficiency under the knife and deliver innovation.
Which Specialisation in MBA Should You Do After Doing MBBS?
Any MBA will gift you the ability to measure every aspect of Healthcare in terms of business and inculcate the ability to come up with better solutions for existing challenges in the Healthcare industry. However, there are a few specific MBA programs that you should consider when planning to do an MBA after MBBS:
- MBA in Healthcare
- MBA in Hospital Administrator and Health Care Management
- MBA in Healthcare Management
- MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management
What are the Benefits of an MBA after MBBS?
Remember, how in the beginning the idea of MBA after MBBS was sounding absurd to you? You didn’t have enough trust in us when we said it’s a killer combination? You are finally liking the idea of an MBA after MBBS. It does make sense. Right? Now, allow us to list down the benefits of doing an MBA after MBBS that you might have already figured by now.
- ‘Medico-Management’ saves you from the cut-throat competition for a limited number of Post Graduate seats in top medical colleges that require you to crack highly competitive entrance exams.
- MBA after MBBS opens doors to more promising career choices that are unconventional and unique and at most times better-paying and satisfying too.
- It allows you to stand out from amongst the herd that has done MBBS and gives you the opportunity to have a bigger influence in the Healthcare industry. It gives you a canvas to paint instead of a drawing book to color.
- MBA after MBBS allows you to not just work in a hospital but also run one. You get to become the boss and deliver quality services while managing the administration and operations of a hospital.
What Would Your Career Look Like After Doing MBA After MBBS?
Thank god we are not living in a time where MBBS was treated as a full stop or a comma only to precede an “M.D”. Today, MBBS is a degree that can walk up to an MBA and make promises of a more rewarding career. After doing an MBA after MBBS one can venture into entrepreneurship, join healthcare companies and become a part of consulting firms. You can have the following exciting job profiles amongst many others:
- Consultant for Healthcare Licenses
- Fellow in Clinical Research
- Emergency Specialist
- Hospital Administrator
- Hospital Manager
- Health Information Manager
- Pharmaceutical Project Manager
- Healthcare Consultant
- Medical Facility CFO
- Medical Manager
- Policy Analyst or Researcher
- Medical Director
Moreover, ‘Medico-Management’ professionals can become a part of product development and management of products related to healthcare.
Want to take this unusual journey and wear the successful cap with bright trendy “management feather” along with your stethoscope? Well, since this promising journey is relatively a new one and we want to be sure that you reach your destination safe and happy, call us at +91-8826200293 or visit leverageedu.com now and we would love to conduct a successful operation of your career with you.