With regulations constantly changing and new ones being introduced, it’s no surprise that over 30 percent of organizations increased their regulatory staff in 2017, according to an industry report, and over half of all organizations expect to hire additional staff in the coming year.
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Healthcare innovation is dedicated to changing healthcare for the benefit of all, both healthcare consumers and providers. Forbes' healthcare predictions for 2019 point to the need for leaders in this area, as they estimate that 15 percent of global healthcare spending this year will be connected to a value-based model.
The idea behind medical aid in dying is that instead of allowing a disease to dictate the conditions of one's final moments in this life, the person can die on their own terms, with their dignity intact, and often at home.
Being a psychiatric-mental health manager is a rigorously demanding job that can tax one’s heart and soul, but the outcomes can also be life-changing: getting a homeless person into housing, finding an addict a support group, or placing a schizophrenic into a compassionate cycle of treatment.
Women drive healthcare. They are the industry's biggest consumers and workers. They serve as caregivers in their homes and make most decisions for their family's health. Why is it, then, that of the 40 Fortune 500 healthcare companies, not a single one is helmed by a woman?
Innovations in healthcare are pointing to an increasing need for healthcare administration, healthcare IT, and healthcare policy professionals. But the underlying trends are intertwined, and interdisciplinary partnerships are necessary to redesign a modern vision of healthcare.
Being the chief executive officer of a hospital means being part business leader and part politician, requiring a blend of diplomacy, advocacy, business management, and financial sense. And the stakes of this role aren’t just profit and loss, but life and death.
In many ways, a VA health administrator’s job is similar to any other healthcare administrator’s job, but the specific demographic being served in the VA necessitates a unique set of responsibilities, skills, and education.
Check out exceptional health informatics faculty members at four notable universities: Boston University's Metropolitan College, the University of Scranton, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the University of Cincinnati.