Health Services Administration

Top 4 Reasons to Get an M.S. in Health Services Administration

Posted by learninghouse on December 23, 2014  /   Posted in Health Services Administration

If you are interested in a career that will help people experience a higher quality of health care, you may think your only options are related to direct patient care. However, there are other rewarding avenues in the health field. Earning your master’s degree in Health Services Administration can lead to a career that balances

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FAQs About Health Services Administration Salary

Posted by learninghouse on December 18, 2014  /   Posted in Health Services Administration

For many people, a significant benefit to being a health services administrator is the chance to help others. But as with any job, salary also plays an important role in career satisfaction. Many factors, including education level, experience and location, can impact your earning potential. As you consider your next career move, it’s important to

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Potential Health Services Administration Jobs Worth Pursuing

Posted by learninghouse on December 16, 2014  /   Posted in Health Services Administration

Forbes magazine projects the employment of master’s degree holders in health services administration to grow 22 percent by 2022, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that careers in health services management will grow 23 percent by 2022. Clearly, health services is a dynamic field with plenty of growth opportunity. Earning your M.S. in

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All About Sage’s Health Services Administration Program

Posted by learninghouse on November 28, 2014  /   Posted in Health Services Administration

The field of health services administration continues to grow. Since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2010, the health care industry has seen an explosion in job growth. Nearly 1 million jobs have been created since March 2010, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with projected growth in health services administration

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