Most administrators and clinicians lack the expertise to effectively collect, store and interpret this data, which explains why career opportunities for health informatics professionals have never been more promising.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least 2 million people in the United States become infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year, and some 23,000 people die annually from these infections.
Considering a career in global health? We've mapped out 15 key terms you need to know if you work or plan to work in the global health field.
Though women make up 75 percent of the health care workforce, and are the primary decision-makers when it comes to their families' health care needs, they are still underrepresented when it comes to leadership roles in the industry.
If you are seeking to hone your leadership skills and advance your career after completing a Master of Health Administration degree, securing a health administration fellowship is a perfect way to do it.
There’s little doubt that big data is more than a buzzword; it represents a cultural shift in the way many industries operate. How can the health care industry better harness data to improve the tracking, analysis and treatment of chronic conditions.
When it comes to health care, how does the U.S. stack up against 16 other OECD nations? The following infographic explores the topic using updated 2015 World Health Organization (WHO) statistics.
Staying on top of new developments can be a challenge for busy healthcare professionals. Fortunately, for every sector of the healthcare industry, there is at least one if not numerous blogs filled with useful data, updates, insights and infographics. And as the industry expands at a blistering pace, so does the blog count, making it all the more difficult to sort out the most essential reading. Here are 54 that should make your list in 2016.
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.