Masters in Healthcare in Utah
Health care is a thriving industry in Utah, with more than 39,000 Utah residents employed in the state’s many hospitals, and thousands more employed in Utah’s nursing homes, home health agencies, and clinics, according to the Utah Hospital Association. Utah has not only been ranked among the top 10 healthiest states in the nation, but it is also progressive in its approach to health care, being one of only two states in the nation to have a health insurance exchange in place before passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). This creates an ideal environment for health care managers and practitioners with advanced education to excel. A Utah Masters in Healthcare can help prepare you for positions as medical and health services managers, health educators, directors of clinical departments, and more. In 2011, Utah was home to 2,110 medical and health services managers who earned an average yearly salary of $92,640, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Argosy University – Salt Lake City
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