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Welcome Indian Institute of Health Management Research . About IIHMR. The Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) was established in 1984 in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

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about iihmr
  • The Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) was established in 1984 in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
  • Since its inception, the Institute has made a distinct place for itself and become a leading organization in the country engaging itself in health management research, education and training to fulfill its mission to dedicate itself to the improvement in the standards of health through better management of health care and related programs.
  • The Institute has played a pioneering role in establishing health management as a distinctive discipline in India and overseas. Over the past two and half decades, the health care and systems research and programs evaluation undertaken at the national and international level by the Institute have made a significant influence on polices and programs in the health sector.
  • IIHMR has now three campuses; Jaipur, Delhi and Bangalore. Yet another campus is being set up in Kolkata and will become functional by the year 2012.
the institute established in 1984
The InstituteEstablished in 1984
  • Organization with exclusive focus on Management Education, Research and Training in Health Sector.
  • Well established and known at national and international level in health and hospital management
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India as a research institution.
  • Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation
  • Approved by AICTE
  • Accredited to International Hospital Federation, UK and Association of University Program in Health Administration, USA.

IIHMR is an institution dedicated to the improvement in standards of health through better management of health care and related Programs. It seeks to accomplish this through management research, training, consultation, and institutional networking in a national and global perspective.

our vision
Our Vision

To enable the people to achieve the best standards of health and lead an economically and socially productive life through improvement in efficiency and effectiveness of health systems, and accessible, affordable and quality health care.

long term goals
Long Term Goals
  • Establish the Institute as a world-class academic institution in the area of Health Management.
  • Develop successful models of service delivery and management for wider replication
  • Conduct policy and programmatic research in the health sector
  • Capacity building of the health sector for the effective management
  • Disseminate latest knowledge and management technology in India and other developing countries
thrust areas
Thrust Areas
  • Primary Health Care
  • Health and Hospital Management
  • Pharmaceutical Management
  • Rural Management
  • Population and Reproductive Health
  • Health Economics and Finance
  • NGO Management and Networking
  • HIV/AIDS Program Management &Evaluation
  • Management Research, Education and Training
  • Planning, Designing and Conducting Management Training for Health Professionals
  • Institutional Capacity Development and Networking
  • Project Planning and Management
  • Operations Research and Evaluation
  • Economics and Financial Analysis
  • Survey Research
  • Social Assessment
  • Quality Assurance
  • Health Sector Reforms
  • Program Evaluation
faculty and research staff
Faculty and Research Staff

Over 50 highly qualified and experienced faculty members representing diverse disciplines:

  • Hospital Management Public Health


General Management

Population &


Social Sciences



Behavior Sciences

Rural Development

Health Economics

and Finance

core activities
Core Activities


Policy, Programs, Health Systems

and Population Research


Management Development Programs

(Short term training Programs)


Postgraduate Program in Hospital and Health Management (MBA)

Postgraduate Program in Pharmaceutical Management (MBA)

Postgraduate Program in Rural Management (MBA)

(2-year full time Professional Course)

major achievements
Major Achievements
  • Established Health and Hospital Management as a distinct discipline in this part of the world
  • Created a need for research for better management to improve efficiency and effectiveness of health services, and evidence based policies and strategies.
  • Build an environment and capabilities for Development of Policies - Health Policy, Training Policy, Drug Policy Govt.
  • Completed more than 500 research studies/projects all over the country and abroad
  • Master in Public Health (MPH) to 72 overseas students and health professionals
  • Declared “Institute of Excellence” by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
institutional networking
Institutional Networking
  • WHO Collaborating Centre
  • The Johns Hopkins University, USA
  • IUATLD (The Union), Paris
  • Mahidol University Thailand
  • Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia,
  • University of Rohde Island, USA
  • Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia,
  • Ibnsina, Kabul, Afghanistan
  • South-East Asia Public Health Education Institution Network (SEAPHEIN)
  • Padjadjaran University , Indonesia
  • Hasanuddin University Indonesia
  • Partners for Population and Development
  • Afghanistan Centre for Training and Development

Made phenomenal contributions to both research and training in the area of health care management.

Through research, contributing to the development of health and population policies, strategies, Program monitoring and evaluation, and,

Building new knowledge and dissemination.

our research
Our Research
  • India and various states – policy, strategy and service delivery
  • International level – China, Uganda, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Yemen, Vietnam, Maldives, Srilanka, Indonesia, Bhutan, Thailand
  • Global Fund – 16 Countries
  • World Bank
  • WHO (11 Countries)
  • DFID (5 Countries)

Community Based Management of Rural Water Supply – AAPNI Yojna

  • AAPNI Yojna is a saga of brave acts, dedication perseverance, and never-say-die mindset of the project people – five NGOs the Government of Rajasthan and the Government of Federal Republic of Germany. The consortium was, from the very beginning, clear about its approach, an innovative, hitherto untried approach – involving the communities at every stage planning decision-making, maintenance and management.
  • A veritable model of self-government! It soon became a people’s – Community Participation Unit (CPU), one of the wings of AapniYojna, became a people’s organization.
  • The CPU empowered the people. The people came to believe that they are the owners of the water supply scheme and they are the customers. This belief inculcated in them a sense of responsibility. They paid water charges without default;; they checked wastage of water

IIHMR in Afghanistan

  • In the post conflict period, the Government of Afghanistan was mandated by the international community to set up delivery of healthcare services on priority. The International community pooled resources to enable the Government to offer these services.
  • The MoPH, Afghanistan, invited JHU/IIHMR teams to provide technical support for monitoring and evaluation support, and act as the Third Party evaluation for the delivery of health services. The JHU/IIHMR team in consultation with the MoPH developed a Balanced Scorecard for monitoring health services in Afghanistan.
  • IIHMR played a major role in capacity building of the Afghan national for managing health services.
  • Currently, the Institute is engaged in revision of communication strategy, formulation of health research policy and also the biggest ever national level Afghanistan Mortality Survey with ICF MACRO
management development programs
Management Development Programs
  • Health Policy, Planning and Management
  • Program Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Result Based Management
  • Human Resource Management for Health Care
  • Leadership and strategic management in health care
  • Effective Hospital Management
  • Strengthening District Health Systems for effective Primary Health Care
  • Leadership and Management Development
  • Quality Assurance
  • Decentralized Planning and Management
  • Medical Audit in Professional Management of Health Care
  • Health Economics and Finance for Health and Hospital Professionals
  • NGO Management and Capacity Building
  • Policy Concerns and Management in HIV/AIDS
  • Information Management & Documentation
  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Computer Application in Hospital Management
iihmr started the first mph program in india
IIHMR started the first MPH program in India
  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA and Indian Institute of health Management Research, Jaipur collaborated to conduct the Executive MPH Program from 1992 to 1998. The course was ranked # offshore MPH programme in USA. Under the partnership, the initial 70 percent of the course was taught in IIHMR Jaipur, while the rest 30 percent in UNC Chapel Hill, USA. The degree was awarded by the North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.
  • The Executive MPH was designed for developing countries. The International students were mainly the executives working in international funding agencies, development partners, research and academic institutions, international non-governmental agencies, governmental ministries and medical institutions. During the course, 151 MPH graduates were produced from Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and the USA.
postgraduate programs mba equivalent
Postgraduate Programs (MBA Equivalent)

Two-year, Full time, Residential Programs

  • Hospital Management
  • Health Management
  • Pharmaceutical Management
  • Rural Management

Unique and path-breaking program, opened for non-medical graduates

  • Focused on Management
  • National Entrance Examination
  • Students come from all over the country and foreign countries
  • Only program approved by the AICTE

A Critical Mass of Professional Managers has been created and developed in India

  • First batch was started in 1996.
  • Over 800 students have Graduated.
  • Working in almost all major hospitals, health institutions and research organizations
  • Working with UN, WHO and international organizations

Ranking of IIHMR

  • Recognized as “Institute of Excellence” by Government of India
  • Ranked Number 1 Institute in Healthcare Management (Hindustan Times, 2009)
  • Ranked Number 1 in India’s top Healthcare Management Institute (CNN-IBN, Outlook2008)
  • Ranked A+ Business School (Business India)
future agenda
Future Agenda
  • Develop IIHMR as World Class institute in management research, education and training in the health sector
  • Launch new education programs
  • Establishing new campuses in Kolkata, Singapore and Middle east (Already in Delhi and Bangalore)
  • Setting up IIHMR University
  • Expand collaboration at the national and international levels