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Masters in Healthcare Degrees in Massachusetts

Health care has long been a vital industry in Massachusetts, and in 2010, many of the state’s largest private employers were hospitals, including Bay State Medical Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center Corporation, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Inc., General Hospital Corporation, and more. These hospitals will continue to need highly-trained clinical leaders and health care managers to ensure that they operate efficiently and at a high level of quality. A Massachusetts Masters in Healthcare can prepare experienced clinicians and health care workers to take up leadership positions in the state’s hospitals, group medical practices, nursing homes, and more.

Massachusetts was home to 9,690 medical and health services managers in 2011, who reported an average annual salary of $112,690, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Beyond this, approximately 227,900 people were employed as health care practitioners or related technical occupations, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, medical and clinical lab technologists, and many more, with registered nurses and licensed professional nurses making up the largest majority, the BLS revealed. A relevant master’s degree can help clinicians such as these advance to positions as directors and assistant directors.

Massachusetts Universities

Anna Maria College

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