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How do I know if healthcare management is right for me?

If you’re interested in pursuing a leadership role within the healthcare industry, healthcare management could be the right path for you.

Healthcare managers are comfortable in leadership positions and enjoy making important decisions. They’re also excellent communicators, and able to work both independently and with a team to get the job done.

Where can I work with my Degree in Healthcare Management?

Many healthcare managers work for hospitals or other medical practices. While healthcare managers work primarily in an office setting, some executive-level administrators may travel on occasion to oversee satellite locations.

Healthcare managers can work across a variety of different fields, including:

  • Healthcare Consulting
  • Home Health Care
  • Long-Term Care
  • Medical or Diagnostic Laboratory
  • Insurance
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Information Technology

A healthcare management degree is thus incredibly versatile. Graduates of healthcare management programs can pursue a career as a:

  • Health and Social Service Manager
  • Healthcare Consultant
  • Insurance Specialist
  • Nursing Home Administrator
  • Medical Practice Manager
  • Hospital Administrator

…and more.

What type of degree do I need?

Many students choose to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management in order to gain the business skills required for a management role in the healthcare field. Some students may choose to enroll in a bachelor’s program after completing a certificate, diploma or associate program in a healthcare discipline, such as medical assisting.

What type of classes witll I take?

For a Healthcare Administration Degree Online, your classes may include:

Healthcare Organization

This course introduces organizational theory and structure. It addresses performance and issues related to change management and interoperability of organizations as well as demonstrating upstream and downstream actions and their implications to the success of the organizational goals and objectives. Theories related to proper organizational design and change are discussed throughout.

Marketing a Healthcare Perspective

This course introduces various marketing strategies and how they apply to the healthcare industry. Media types, internal and external marketing strategies, feedback streams and assessment measures as well as legal and ethical practices in marketing as they relate to healthcare are discussed.

Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare

This course provides a working knowledge of law and ethics in a wide variety of healthcare topics, enabling students to deal with common legal and practical problems facing patients, their families, practitioners, caregivers, and society within the healthcare industry. Students must possess a basic knowledge of ethics and the law as it applies to their areas of responsibility.

Advanced Healthcare Management

This course investigates contemporary challenges in healthcare management and includes examination and application of data analytics and tools used in monitoring, assessing, and evaluating performance of healthcare organizations, approaches to problem identification and assessment, identification of alternative solutions and development of recommendations to address operational challenges and achieve performance improvement.

Leadership in Healthcare Organizations

This course exposes the student to organizational leadership strategies and tactics as they apply to the healthcare organizations. Leadership methods are explained and explored with a focus on communications, delegation, perceptions of power, collaboration, oversight, mentoring, coaching, and tracking of performance, as well as session planning. Matrix management, ad-hoc teams and cross boundary controls are also considered.

Healthcare Information Systems

This course is designed to assist healthcare students in understanding principles of analysis, design, evaluation, selection, acquisition, and utilization of information systems in the healthcare organization. Sufficient technical detail on computer hardware, software, networks, and data management is included to enable the student to become conversant with modern information technology and its use in healthcare organizations.

Healthcare Finance

This course covers an analysis and evaluation of the economic, financial and payment environment of the healthcare consumer, provider, institution and the different organizations found in the healthcare industry. These areas will be integrated to provide a complete understanding of the managed care organization’s economic, financial and payment objectives to provide health services to all healthcare clients.

Healthcare Resource Allocation and Policy Making

This course focuses on the impact healthcare policy has on resource allocation. Students will achieve a better understanding of the public policy formulation and modification processes in addition to an awareness of critical issues in American health policy impacting healthcare managers to balance costs, quality, and access to care in various settings.

Program Capstone

The emphasis in this course is on applying and synthesizing concepts and techniques from all previous health specialization courses. This course provides an opportunity for the student to use the assimilated materials in a cohesive approach through challenges that reflect situations they may address in actual practice.

Is this an Accredited University?

Yes. The Bachelor of Healthcare Management (BHCM), with all its specializations, is programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

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