The Rome Business School is delighted to inform you that it has recently sealed an international agreement with Acfee.
Acfee is a non-profit organisation, based in South Africa, that believes in, and supports the role played by eHealth in transforming African healthcare systems to provide better service to Africans. Through this agreement, Acfee has committed to support and endorse the Rome Business School’s Master course in E-Health Management in view to the school’s proven track record that includes students from across the spectrum of the health and healthcare professions.
This collaboration provides African entities with an opportunity to set up eHealth learning programmes for all types of workers who wish to advance eHealth to improve the health of Africans. The Rome Business School’s Master course in e-Health Management has been designed to supply training on organizational processes and technologies aimed at the proper introduction and management of ICT solutions and Telemedicine in Health Systems.
Morover, Acfee members can now benefit from discounted fees for the Rome Business School programme. Acfee membership is free to individuals working in healthcare organisations, professional bodies and health ICT entities.
As a global institute, the Rome Business School is always open to collaborations aimed at increasing the value offered and strengthening the international perspective.