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Prepare to make an impact in your world with advanced knowledge from our health administration programs.
The Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree from University of Phoenix offers relevant working knowledge and proven practices so you can analyze, strategize and put initiatives into action to influence the future of our health care system.
The health care delivery system impacts the quality of people’s lives. When you graduate with an MHA, you have the tools necessary to analyze current health care environments and improve them in the areas of practice management and information flow.
MHA faculty work in the positions you’d like to be in, and our curriculum is continuously updated with intelligence from health care leaders. This balance provides you with the knowledge to put theory into practice and touch many lives.
The MHA program allows you to customize your graduate education and choose from several concentrations that have the greatest potential for growth.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2012 baby boomers will be aged 48 – 66. This forecasts an increasing need in gerontology service as this large generation moves toward advanced age.
Your MHA/Gerontology degree concentration addresses the physical, emotional and cultural needs of the aged, as well as human services, economic and legal factors that influence the elderly. You will be able to help provide the best care because our program is balanced with practical strategies along with the human side of aging to manage a gerontology health practice.
HIPAA requirements, increases in treatment modalities and greater patient flow have made managing clinical information and patient records a field that’s growing in scope and importance.
Your MHA concentration in Informatics offers a comprehensive view of the profession, including essential resources and methods to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of information in a health care environment. Your informatics knowledge can apply to most health care environments, including medical clinics, hospitals, pharmacies and dental practices.
If educating future health care professionals or educational administration is your passion, then our MHA/Education degree concentration will provide you with the proper tools. You’ll learn curriculum development, student assessment and the latest teaching and learning strategies to apply to your future career.
There’s more to health care than direct patient care. Watch this video to learn how we help you develop the skills needed to explore your opportunities.
Health care is more than the doctors and nurses who save our lives.
It’s the medical insurance representatives; the HR managers; the quality control supervisors; and countless others who manage our health care system every day.
Did you know, by 2020, health care will require 5 million administrators?
This makes health administration one of the nation’s fastest growing fields.
At University of Phoenix we want to help you find your fit in this booming industry.
The rapid growth in the health care field made me re-evaluate my career in finance.
By applying my skills in economics to health care, I’m able to support my organization and help meet industry expectations and requirements.
I found my fit in health administration, as a Finance Manager.
As a health care executive, I know firsthand the skillset employers are looking for.
The University of Phoenix Health Administration program offers students like me the opportunity to work, learn and network with some of today’s top minds in health care management.
It’s my job to ensure my organization meets government regulations for all our product lines.
I’m making decisions that impact the business side of my health care organization — which in turn, helps improve consumer safety.
I found my fit in health administration, as a Regulatory Manager.
Family is important to me. But I also wanted a challenging career.
I put my organizational skills to use in a health administration job that requires attention to detail AND has set hours. So I’m able to go home to my family at the end of the day.
I found my fit in health care, as a Front Office Administrator.
Health care organizations everywhere are implementing enterprise information systems.
These systems are encouraging health care providers to migrate from paper to electronic health records.
The University of Phoenix Health Administration curriculum is designed to help students like me, lead these kinds of transformation projects with much needed IT, project and change management skills.
The business of health care is fast-growing, challenging and rewarding.
At University of Phoenix we’re preparing tomorrow’s health care leaders today.
Explore our bachelor’s and master’s Health Administration degree programs. And let’s find your fit.
For more information about our on-time completion rates, the median loan debt incurred by students who complete a program and other important information, please visit our website at phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html. While widely available, all programs may not be offered at all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Advisor. The University’s Central Administration is located at 1625 W. Fountainhead Pkwy., Tempe, AZ 85282. Online Campus: 3157 E. Elwood St., Phoenix, AZ 85034.
The students portrayed are actors and not actual students.
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