Graduate Education/Training : Training Programs

Health Administration Training Program

The key areas for academic exploration are: Strategic Planning, Marketing, Operations, Finance and Budgeting and finally the Business Plan which attempts to link all managerial aspects together. The Health Administration curriculum allows the student to explore different aspects of management at their own pace, while actually observing and working in the field while leaning key techniques to enable them to function as leaders in the Health Administration discipline. As the health and business environments become more complex and competitive, new and different skills will require development as part of the health administration curriculum.

A strong demand exists for practical and valid information about solutions to managerial problems. Our goal is to assist in translating research findings, theory and hands-on experience into a form useful to the student and practitioner.

Leaders of today and tomorrow need both interpersonal and analytical skills to meet their day-to-day responsibilities found in a diversity of work environments; including large, medium and small as well as not-for-profit organizations.

Effective managers are concerned with productivity, quality and teamwork. These three factors are the main focus of health administration in clinical settings and seek to involve the trainees in mentoring, job identity and goal attainment while meeting the needs of the organization. The trainee will over-time begin to realize that all these critical business elements must be in place and work effectively before the patient is seen and treated in the clinical setting.

Finally, the concepts of critical thinking, critical speaking and critical writing are major components of the whole management process in which the trainee will become proficient.

For additional information please contact:

Jonathan Corbett
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