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.
One of the biggest aims of telemedicine in hospitals today is to reduce the rate of readmissions. Hospitals have a major incentive: If they don't reduce preventable 30-day readmissions, they stand to lose a substantial amount of revenue.