The need for quality health care from hospitals, clinic, and other care facilities grows every day. By the year 2016, it is expected that there will be a need for 100,000 Health Care Administrators, making it an excellent career choice for those who are up to the challenge. Becoming a Health Care Administrator is not … Continued
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CCU offers certificate, associate and bachelor degree programs to help you start a new career in health care administration. An certificate or associate degree can help you obtain an entry-level position while a bachelor’s degree will allow for more opportunities for future career growth.
Social media has changed the face of job-hunting forever. The days of the paper resumes and follow up phone calls are nearly gone, and it’s all about making the right connections and networking on a global platform. For the health care administration field, professional networking sites are incredibly powerful. Graduates who are looking to start … Continued
Healthcare administrators (sometimes called health or medical services managers) are considered by some in the industry to be the backbone of health care systems. Health care administration jobs are appealing and sought after by those who want to contribute to health care in a more behind-the-scenes way. While health care administrators don’t interact directly with … Continued
Healthcare administration is the backbone of the medical field. These professionals organize, manage and operate medical practices, government agencies, hospitals, clinics and other healthcare organizations. Those who fill the top-level positions are highly educated, experienced and have the necessary qualities to manage employees at all levels. While this is an industry that is growing and … Continued
Lucrative HCA jobs are a reality; health care administration and management careers are currently on the rise, as statistics from the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics) report that outlook is excellent for applicants with healthcare experience and management skills. Medical and health services manager positions are expected to grow 22% between 2010-2020, faster than the … Continued