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Health Services Administrator

Health services administrators supervise hospital services, develop company policies for insurance providers, oversee hospital budgets, manage databases, and perform various other administrative duties.

Health services administrators are trained in finance, human resources management, science, business, and politics. Many health services administrators specialize in resource development, administration, economics, planning, marketing, economics, or healthcare policy.

Working Conditions
The popularity of managed care has spiked demand for qualified health services administrators. Some manage non-profit organizations, international agencies, government agencies, and private companies.

Career Training and Education
Since health services administration is a multidisciplinary career, you'll learn about finance, healthcare delivery, human resources and organizational management, and accounting during college.

Information about accredited health services administration programs can be obtained from the Association of Schools of Public Health.
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