In 2020, the median salary for medical and health services managers was $104,280, and it is predicted to rise in coming years. In fact, employment in this field is expected to grow 32% from 2020 to 2030—much faster than average for other occupations.
While demand is high, healthcare administrators need to hold a wide range of skills to command that salary. Take one glance at a healthcare administrator’s job description. It confirms that it is a career for people who love a job that varies day by day.
15 Skills You’ll Find in a Job Description for a Healthcare Administrator
When you follow your vocation as a leader in healthcare administration, you’ll enter an exciting, challenging, and satisfying career. Your job description as a healthcare manager might look like this:
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If you’re planning to earn a Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), it’s important to find a program that prepares you to carry out all the job responsibilities of a healthcare administrator. Abilene Christian University’s MHA program helps you master these 15 skills, and many more. By the time you graduate, you’ll be ready to serve God and the community as an effective leader in healthcare.
For more information about our 100% online Master of Healthcare Administration program, contact us at 855-219-7300 or visit acu.edu/online.
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