Made for those who have a calling to make a difference in the lives around them. Health Management combines interests in the field of healthcare and the critical need for leaders and administrators. This degree and the important work that follows will be the difference maker to ensuring improvements in patient experience. Whether you are brushing up on the latest and best practices in healthcare or interested in a field that impacts people every day, this degree is designed for experienced healthcare professionals and those just getting started.
Health Management is a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree.
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Allied health agencies (i.e. American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, American Lung Association); Community-based and home health agencies; Government regulatory agencies; Health insurance and Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs); Hospitals and medical clinics; Medical equipment and supply companies; Nursing facilities, extended care and assisted living facilities; and Public health departments and social service agencies
Check out the details and courses for Certificate in Health Management.
The University of Minnesota’s Health Management program leads to professional licensure in post-acute care within the State of Minnesota. States vary in what professions they require to be licensed and how licensure is acquired. Some states require an individual to graduate from an accredited program. Others require individuals to obtain additional coursework, additional fieldwork, background checks, passage of additional state licensing exams, additional fees, or other requirements. Review the information on nabweb.org for additional licensure information related to post-acute care.