For Heather Martell, earning her Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Management from Rasmussen College means being able to give back to the healthcare community. Martell was able to share her story with her peers during the recent Wausau graduation ceremony.
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What skills and qualities are needed to succeed in this field? Find out if your inherent personality traits could be the foundation of a successful career in healthcare management.
A degree in healthcare management could be your ticket to the career path of which you’ve always dreamed. But what can you do with a healthcare management degree? Plenty! A healthcare management degree is your gateway into the rewarding field of medical and health services management.
If you’ve never heard of a healthcare management degree—or always been a bit confused by what healthcare managers do—this infographic will give you all the information you need to know.
Healthcare management career opportunities can be found all over the country. Use this interactive map to discover the top companies hiring near you!
Finding a job in a sluggish economy can be brutal, and often, employers have lofty expectations of their pools of applicants. Students looking to secure a job need to find unique ways to stand out from the crowd in order to compete. Green Bay, Wis., graduate Peggy Sonneson found the right mix of education and extracurricular work to land her dream job in her field.
Jennifer Kromrey finally has within sight her lifetime goal of earning a bachelor's degree. In the meantime, she has racked up an impressive series of accomplishments.
Having these 15 skills are crucial if you want to a healthcare management position.
When it comes to pursuing career opportunities in the healthcare field, it's often difficult to decide which job best fits your passions and personality. Keep reading to learn about the positions in healthcare management to see if this is a career field that you would be interested in pursuing.
As you become more comfortable in your current position in the healthcare industry and begin to consider a career in management, it's important that you have everything you need prior to making this move.
For eight years, Petty Officer 2nd Class Iris Clark of Waco, Texas served her country with the U.S. Navy as a mechanical engineer. She finished two deployments aboard the USS Harry S. Truman, one to the Mediterranean, the other to the Persian Gulf. Clark is a proud servicewoman, and a proud mother of two.
This video dispels some myths about healthcare management and how a degree can help you advance your career within the healthcare field.