The book covers the intricacies of running a hospital and its various departments in the Indian context.
The information presented over the 48 chapters dwells on the importance of the respective service, its organization, infrastructure, objectives, functions, policies, ways to monitor efficiency, quality-improvement, and solutions to common problems.
Most of the concepts, including the Key Performance Indicators (KPls), have been successfully implemented in India.
Relevant issues related to hospital care, such as patient safety, laws, ethics, patient rights and striving for patient-friendly hospitals, are also discussed.
The book will be of interest to professionals and students in the field of Hospital Management both as a textbook and as a reference book.