Masters in Healthcare in Vermont
As health care reform rolls out in Vermont, one of the state’s major concerns is ensuring it has an adequate health care workforce to meet the new demand that will arise when more Vermont residents get access to health care, according to Vermont’s Health Care Workforce Strategic Plan. An essential component of that workforce are clinical leaders and health care managers with advanced education who can ensure that health care services are provided efficiently and at a high quality in Vermont’s hospitals, health systems, clinics, nursing homes, and more. With courses in health care finance, health care policy analysis, and ethical leadership, a Vermont Masters in Healthcare can help those in the business side of health care as well as practitioners learn how to strategically lead their organization or department. Vermont was home to 770 medical and health services managers in 2011, who earned an average annual salary of $92,040, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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