Management in Healthcare: A Peer-Reviewed Journal

Management in Healthcare is the major professional journal publishing in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and case studies on leadership, administration and management in healthcare. Content is written by and for healthcare management professionals and researchers with no advertising or sales pitches.

Each quarterly 100-page issue – published in print and online – features detailed, practical articles on key business issues which cut through the deluge of information facing healthcare management professionals to showcase the latest thought leadership in how to deliver more with less resources while at the same time improving healthcare quality, along with actionable advice and ‘lessons learned’ from fellow healthcare managers to put that strategy into practice. It does not publish advertising but rather detailed analysis of new thinking and practice at a wide range of healthcare providers worldwide for readers to benchmark their organization against, with every article being peer-reviewed by an expert Editorial Board to ensure that it focuses on the healthcare manager’s perspective, the challenges they face and how they can tackle them. 

Management in Healthcare is listed in Cabells' Directories of Publishing Opportunities.  

As such Management in Healthcare will publish articles on all aspects of the business of healthcare:

  • Administration and operations
  • Healthcare finance and financial management
  • Governance, risk and compliance
  • Healthcare regulation
  • Healthcare marketing, communications and media relations
  • Revenue management and collection
  • Procurement and supplier relationships
  • Digital healthcare
  • Human resources and training
  • Healthcare delivery and systems
  • Healthcare economics
  • Information technology and records management
  • Healthcare insurance
  • Cost effective and efficient delivery of services
  • Quality management
  • Performance measurement
  • Environmental health and safety
  • Change management
  • Organisational behaviour

Essential reading for senior management executives including Presidents, CEOs, CFOs, COOs plus Departmental heads, Executive Directors, Directors, SVPs, VPs and senior managers of:

  • Administration/operations
  • Finance
  • Governance, risk and compliance 
  • Marketing and communications
  • HR, personnel and training
  • Pricing and revenue management
  • IT
  • Quality
  • Procurement
  • Patient services and liaison
  • Healthcare policy
  • Safety and security
  • Facilities management

Based at:

  • Hospitals
  • Medical centres
  • Health systems
  • Health authorities
  • Medical schools
  • Health insurance companies
  • Pharmaceutical, diagnostic and device manufacturers
  • Medical research institutions
  • Public health agencies
  • Central government health departments
  • Healthcare charities and NGOs
  • Medical associations
  • Academics
  • Service providers
  • Advisors