The International Journal of Excellence in Healthcare Management is in line with the scope of the journal; “…to be a platform for understanding issues related to quality in Healthcare Management and act as an international forum for the exchange of global thoughts and practices regarding excellence in healthcare”. The aim is to enhance the visibility of the IJEHM in the global healthcare management academic publishing sector, and to attract quality manuscripts, particularly from contributors outside of the United Arab Emirates.



The range of topics covered is very wide given the nature of operations in this sector. An indicative list includes: 

  • Innovative Health Metrics and Big Data Analysis 
  • Innovative applications in environmental management
  • Public Health Interventions and Innovations 
  • Well buildings & smart living technologies
  • Innovative sustainable practices
  • Review of policies of governments
  • Winning strategies to implement policies effectively
  • Proper Planning and implementation in healthcare organisations
  • Healthcare Performance and accountability
  • Analysis of quality management standards
  • Suitable Quality Management Systems for healthcare
  • Quality aspects of nursing and patient care
  • training & Developing administrators and nursing staff
  • Measurement & Benchmarking quality in services
  • Self Assessments
  • Best practice applications in not-for-profit and for-profit healthcare institutions
  • Principles for partnerships in Healthcare Providing
  • Re-engineering for effectiveness
  • Cost effectiveness aspects of healthcare provision
  • Paperless hospitals
  • Deploying IT to manage costs without compromising on quality



Healthcare Management has undergone tremendous changes in recent years, and modern approaches now use an empowering, multi-dimensional, multi-professional approach that relates to varied settings, differing organizations and complex workplaces. The industry is still facing substantive administrative, staffing and financial difficulties. Besides, quality standards of service, training and management have traditionally been difficult to achieve. The Journal analyses present day managerial and planning methodologies, discusses and debates the impact of quality initiatives in healthcare organizations.



Key Benefits

This leading edge journal reflects the latest modern thinking from around the globe about healthcare management and offers stimulating coverage of current issues, interventions and initiatives, and presents incisive evidence, research and information to inform and inspire those involved in the theory and practice of healthcare management.


Key Journal Audiences 

  • Professional managers in health services
  • Healthcare managers, from both public and private sectors
  • Nursing staff introducing quality management methodologies
  • Government Health department administrators
  • Healthcare instructors and academics
  • Researchers in Healthcare