Masters in Healthcare in Tennessee
Tennessee’s health care industry has a significant impact on the economies of some of the state’s largest cities and metropolitan areas. According to the Nashville Health Care Council, Nashville’s health care industry contributes $30 billion and more than 210,000 jobs annually to the city’s economy. The health care industry is the city’s largest and fastest-growing employer.
Students who earn a master’s degree in health care in Tennessee may fare better in larger cities like Nashville and Knoxville, which employ a large number of the state’s health care professionals. Nashville is home to such health care companies as hospital management, health information technology, and disease management. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost one-third of Tennessee’s physician assistants are in Knoxville and Nashville makes up about 30% of the state’s occupational therapists.
Austin Peay State University
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