Working in health administration doesn’t always mean working in a hospital. Learn more about the variety of jobs for health care administrators with a Master of Health Administration (MHA) that do not involve working in a clinical setting.
Many health care administrators work in the field of planning and management. They support health care providers by ensuring the medical facility is run efficiently. To attain a position at a leadership level, many health care administrators must earn a Master of Health Administration (MHA). Learn more about the different career paths in health care planning and management.
Reaching the C-suite, or highest level of executives, is a goal for many hospital administrators. At this level, administrators have a large scope of responsibility. For professionals in the health care field, earning a Master of Health Administration (MHA) is almost essential to be selected for a position at this level.
Video interviews are often used by colleges and universities — including the George Washington University — as a means for getting to know prospective students. More personal than a phone call and more convenient than an in-person meeting, a video interview provides . . .
A recent TEDMED #GreatChallenges discussion explained how, with the right tools and access to technology, consumers can advocate for their own health while helping to drive the greatest changes in health care.