I have long known that I wanted to be involved in health care because Biology was always my favorite subject in school, the classes in which I excelled most. Biology has always had a purpose for me, precisely because of health care, unlocking the mysteries of life to be able to prolong it, to ease human suffering. I have always seen this as the most noble of causes and the cause to which I have become a very dedicated student and professional.
Now a US citizen, I am a young woman whose cultural roots come from India. For this reason, I am especially interested in the mammoth task of reforming health care organizations and infrastructure in Developing Countries.
From the north of India, I understand not only Hindi but also Urdu, in addition to being fluent in Punjabi. My goal after completing the M.S. in your distinguished HCA program is to contribute to health care reform in India by better understanding the needs of the population, reviewing health care services, assessing and appraising current services and sustaining decision making in the development of these services.
Your program at XXU will provide me with the kind of comprehensive immersion that I seek in the study of the myriad and complex ways that health systems have evolved over time; and, most importantly, continue to do so today in creative and progressive ways. I look forward to an in-depth study of the broad spectrum of issues that are seen as most important in our field, our greatest challenges, and opportunities. I also look forward to learning from other graduate students in your program from all over the world, comparing notes about the unique challenges that each one of us has faced, so that we will all become better health care administrators in the areas in which we continue to develop our careers.
India has made enormous progress in terms of technological development. But health care is still sub-standard for most people because of the way that the country remains mired in poverty. Most unfortunately, to the extent that India has prospered economically, little has been spent on healthcare. I am especially concerned with the lack of effective and reliable systems for performance control. There is no real health insurance system; we have so many resources, but they are not utilized optimally. Many if not most of the Indians who have the greatest need of health care remain without access.
Doctors in India are almost never suspended for negligence; with no one to answer to, doctors frequently become corrupt and exploit the people. I am concerned that there is no form of control over the performance of health care providers in India; no one must take responsibility for the errors committed, and this not only leads to great loss of life and much suffering but reinforces a low level of scientific and practical performance among health care providers. For this reason, it is my profound home to contribute to the creation of a health care system that has adequate standards of performance for the Indian people.
I keenly look forward to studying the keystone principles of HCA in your program so that I will someday be able to exert an influence over decision making and policymaking in health care system management. By studying towards the M.S. in HCA program at XXU, I will receive a world-class foundation in the principles of health care reform and implementation and will learn how to work on the forefront of health care promotion and improvement. I want to have the privilege of helping India to adopt a modern model of health care management.
I thank you for considering my application to your program.
MS Healthcare Administration Personal Purpose Samples