Unique MBA Program for Physicians Attracts Indian Docs

Heffernan, Greg
March 2010
India -- West;3/12/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 16, pA14
The article offers information on the Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program offered by the University of Tennessee for physicians in the U.S. It features Dr. Mukesh Hariawala, a health care economist and cardiothoracic surgeon who acquired a Physician Executive MBA degree in health care. According to University of Tennessee program director Mike Stahl states, MBA is considered by physicians particularly of Indian origin to make them more skillful in terms of business management.


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