There are SO many different jobs in healthcare people don’t know exist. Today I’ll talk about 2 healthcare administration jobs I have some experience with! Non clinical medical careers are great med school alternatives if you want to have an impact in healthcare – ENJOY 🙂
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Quality improvement is one of the top healthcare administration jobs, because it offers a good balance between non clinical medical careers and interaction with patients. You are responsible for making for making sure the hospital is operating safely and effectively. As a quality improvement specialist at a hospital you will work very closely with patients, doctors, and other healthcare administrators to solve problems.
To become a healthcare quality improvement specialist, you need a bachelor of science in health administration, health information management, or another degree that teaches you about the business side of healthcare. You also need to get a CPHQ certification.
Health information Management Jobs are set to grow 20% and it is one of the top healthcare jobs in demand. It is one of my favorite med school alternatives because there are so many options, you can become a data analyst at a hospital, work for the center for Medicare Medicaid Services, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, or go into healthcare consulting.
TO go into Health information Management You need to get a degree in Health Information Management as well as a RHIA, or certification as a registered health information administrator. You school should also be accredited by AHIMA.
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