There are SO many different jobs in healthcare people don’t know exist. Today I’ll talk about 2 healthcare administration jobs I have some experience with! Non clinical medical careers are great med school alternatives if you want to have an impact in healthcare – ENJOY 🙂
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To go to med school you have to go into thousands of debt and miss out on years of income, many people regret that decision. This is my series on healthcare jobs with the least schooling.
Two healthcare management jobs are quality improvement and health information management jobs:
Quality improvement is one of the top healthcare administration jobs, because it offers a good balance between non clinical medical careers and interaction with patients. You are responsible for making for making sure the hospital is operating safely and effectively. As a quality improvement specialist at a hospital you will work very closely with patients, doctors, and other healthcare administrators to solve problems.
To become a healthcare quality improvement specialist, you need a bachelor of science in health administration, health information management, or another degree that teaches you about the business side of healthcare. You also need to get a CPHQ certification.
Health information Management Jobs are set to grow 20% and it is one of the top healthcare jobs in demand. It is one of my favorite med school alternatives because there are so many options, you can become a data analyst at a hospital, work for the center for Medicare Medicaid Services, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, or go into healthcare consulting.
TO go into Health information Management You need to get a degree in Health Information Management as well as a RHIA, or certification as a registered health information administrator. You school should also be accredited by AHIMA.
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