From the monthly archives

February 2010

As the health care debate continues in the U.S., both sides occasionally invoke the National Health Service (NHS) in Britain. The National Health Service was created in 1948, and meant as a program that allows those in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to have access to basic health care needs. Now more than 60 years old, the NHS is under review in an effort to attempt to improve the system. [click to continue…]

Top 50 Healthcare MBA Blogs

by admin on February 18, 2010

Healthcare is expected to be one of the “growth” industries over the next 10 years. This is because there is a combination of continued health issues for the population, as well as the fact that an aging population (especially the baby boomers) will need increased care. Healthcare services are expected to continue to grow, and someone with training and education in a healthcare field could conceivably do quite well. A MBA in healthcare or health services management may be just the ticket. Here are 50 of the top healthcare MBA blogs that can get you headed in the right direction: [click to continue…]

Health Administration is a rapidly expanding and changing field. It is certainly the right field for persons who are interested in making a difference in healthcare at a higher organizational level. However, not everyone may be sure that health administration is right for them. To this end, open courseware classes are a fantastic way to gain exposure to a new field of study. Additionally, any persons who may already be in the industry can choose to expand their body of knowledge via these online classes. There are three highly regarded schools that offer a variety of classes in this field. Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and MIT offer classes that are fantastic for those and cover a diverse amount of topics.

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