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  • healthcare administration
    Whether it be a hospital, dental practice, pharmacy, nursing home, or elsewhere, every healthcare office needs administration services. Healthcare administration jobs positions can be as significant as a hospital CEO or as small as a medical office administrative assistant. Regardless of position, healthcare administration is accompanied by its own unique skillset and any smoothly running operation will have a solid administrative staff. Here are some of the most important hard and soft skills in healthcare administration:1. LeadershipLeadership
  • You’ve spent years of your life receiving an education and likely spent a few dollars along the way, to land in a career that will suit your life. You secured the role got the job, you made it; now what? You know you want to continue to develop your career, but how do you actually progress in your career? It may seem daunting but fear not because with a few tips your career can soar.  Advancement is what turns a specific role/job
  • master degree
    Top 6 Master’s Degrees in HealthcareAfter earning your bachelor’s or entry level professional degree in the healthcare-related area of study, you might be wondering: what now? Or what if you are in your mid-career and are looking to advance your career? One option is to continue your higher education and apply for a master’s degree. One important thing to note is that, although some professions will hire those with a bachelor’s degree, many of roles
  • cover letter
    Cover Letter Tips for Healthcare Administration Jobs Picture this: you are working in a hospital managing the operations and finances while also creating plans for a better patient experience. This career is vastly different from a boring 9-5 job in an office cubicle. Plus, you are also more likely to be making six figures! You might be thinking, it seems too good to be true, so what’s the catch? Well, first comes the job search
  • leadership
    Management & Leadership Styles in Healthcare Healthcare leadership and management styles in organizations are of the utmost importance in strengthening the quality and integration of patient care, healthcare outcomes, patient and practitioner satisfaction, and continual business growth. There are countless assessments to determine individual styles of leadership, however, today we are going to focus on six leadership styles in healthcare that are prevalent and relatable to all healthcare fields. They include transformational, transactional, autocratic, laissez-faire,
  • healthcare stethescope
    Top 10 Healthcare Administration Jobs If you are interested in a public health-related role that combines business, clinical knowledge, and healthcare, a healthcare administration career is a perfect option. Health service administration jobs are essential in the workforce because these employees ensure that the facility is running smoothly. There is a multitude of career opportunities/roles to choose from, each with its own unique benefits.    Potential Workplace Locations Healthcare administration career options are quite vast,
  • resume writing
    One of the most important keys to landing an amazing position in healthcare whether that be as an administrator, pharmacist, nurse, doctor, social worker, or some other medical-related position is a great first impression. For most job seekers the first impression an employer receives of you is your healthcare resume. Creating a readable resume is a vital part of the job search process and can be the difference between being passed over and landing your
  • working on master's degree
    Advantages of a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Industry Success is a relative term that can only be defined by individual perspective. In terms of professional and financial success, there are many admirable people within the healthcare industry that will always state that you can never stop learning and that your potential is unlimited. With healthcare constantly evolving, earning an advanced education and certification is necessary to remain relevant and employed, especially if you desire an
  • healthcare job interview
    Interviewing for a new position or move up in a company can be scary and nerve-wracking, especially in a competitive industry like healthcare. That’s why preparing for your next interview is essential. For jobseekers to perform their best and more effectively answer trickier questions, they need to take the time to research the company, the position, who the hiring manager is, and the people giving the interview. During the interview, you can also certainly point to your resume, cover letter, and
  • leadership
    Becoming a leader in the healthcare industry takes effective communication, continued education, decision-making, workforce organization, networking, anticipating challenges, and using technology and technological advancements to your advantage. It takes truly productive and adaptable leadership if you are going to climb the ranks.   There is a direct connection between quality and quantifiable healthcare practices and effective leadership. Your approach in making an impact on your staff, individual patients, and your relationships with other healthcare professionals,
  • master's uwyo MS HSA
      In the healthcare field, the days of graduating with a bachelor’s and landing a job with room for continuous growth have passed. Yes, there are exceptions, but typically not the norm. In today’s ever-evolving industry with technology taking jobs, it is becoming necessary to go one step further in distinguishing yourself from the pack. How do you do that? By attaining a master’s degree to set a solid foundation for professional growth. So now
  • Elliott Sogol
    A former corporate manager and pharmacy business leader has been selected as director of the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) program. Elliott Sogol, the current director of postgraduate education for the pharmacy school in the UW College of Health Sciences, brings a balanced mix of experience in both business management and graduate-level education instruction. Sogol’s previous roles included serving as the senior vice president of strategy
  • The healthcare industry is in a perpetual state of flux. The rapidly evolving and constantly growing industry has procured several opportunities and responsibilities for healthcare executives when considering more diverse careers in healthcare. This spans into all healthcare fields such as nursing, pharmacy, TeleHealth, business development in medical practices, hospital leadership, nursing homes, insurance agencies, and federal employers like the Veteran’s Administration. This is where higher education and a tailored degree in Health Services Administration
  • Wyoming Graduation 2020
    So, you just graduated and were expecting the booming economy to continue on. Now the COVID-19 crisis is here and everything has changed including an economic downturn. With unemployment rising and demand for new jobs trending down, it can be challenging to find a new job. You’ve likely been job hunting for months now but have had little to no luck in finding the opportunity you deserve or were dreaming of while you were writing
  • Pharmacy student
    Becker’s Hospital Review asked healthcare leaders to share the best piece of advice they’ve ever received. Below are some of the tips they’ve received about communication, forgiveness, and integrity. Fred Kniffin, MDPresident of University of Vermont Health Network Porter Medical Center (Middlebury) “The best advice I ever received was in my first week as hospital president. I had never been a hospital president, had not planned on being a hospital president, and frankly, was trying