Masters in Healthcare in North Dakota
The oil industry in North Dakota has made headlines in recent years as people from across the country flock to the state to take up lucrative jobs associated with the oil-rich Bakken formation. While this has boosted the state’s economy as a whole, it has placed a great deal of stress on the North Dakota health care system as hospitals and clinics scramble to meet the new demand for health care from a rapidly growing population. As North Dakota goes through its growing pains in health care, more health care practitioners and managers with advanced education will be needed to provide leadership and guide the state’s hospitals and other health care facilities to operate more efficiently while maintaining a high level of quality. A North Dakota Masters in Healthcare is one way to prepare for such leadership positions. In 2011, North Dakota was home to 680 medical and health services managers, who reported average annual salaries of $74,150, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
North Dakota Universities
Bismarck State College
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