What are some jobs that you can get with a master's degree in health care administration?


What are some jobs that you can get with a master's degree in health care administration?

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Graduates with a master's degree in healthcare administration can work in hospitals, physician offices, nursing/residential care facilities, government agencies, and outpatient care centers. In hospitals and health networks, administrators will work on risk management, process improvement, and staff management. In physician offices, administrators are in charge of various daily operations, making sure they run smoothly efficiently.

In long-term care facilities and outpatient care facilities, administrators must attract/retain clients and maximize efficiency/profits, respectively. The main government agency employers of healthcare administrators are the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services. Healthcare administrators can also work in the private sector, either for insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, or consulting firms. Many administrators also choose to work for non-profit organizations, including healthcare policy organizations and advocacy/international aid groups. Some more specific titles within these different sectors of employment include operations manager, program director, hospital administrator, healthcare consultant, and hospital CEO.

For more information about healthcare administration, check out this article: Career Info for a Degree in Healthcare Administration

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