Health Care and Medical Management Programs
Now, more than ever, the well being of the globe depends on the leadership of those who understand the fiscal challenges in the health care field. The industry, representing 16 percent of the nation’s economy—10 percent of the world’s—and still growing, demands leaders with a wide range of business expertise to maximize efficiency, provide excellent service, and improve accessibility.
The structure and financing of health care are rapidly changing. Future medical and health services managers must be prepared to deal with the integration of health care delivery systems, technological innovations, and increasingly complex regulatory environment.
To that end, the Simon School provides a full-time master of science in Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Management and a part-time master of science in Business Administration with a concentration in Medical Management. The program is offered in two formats:
Health Care Management
A one-year, full-time program for students who are looking to develop business careers in all sectors of the health care industry.
A part-time, team-based program for employees of health care providers and insurance companies who want to add business skills to their career expertise.