The MBA in healthcare management is designed to enable students to become competent, confident leaders. Our program exposes students to the critical management, legal, economic and technological issues facing many healthcare systems, long-term care providers, clinicians, device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and other organizations.
Identify potential legal issues at work. Develop an understanding of major state and federal laws applicable to healthcare, the policy development process and major health policy milestones.
Organize and analyze health data. Utilize the resources, devices and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of information in health and biomedicine.
Investigate the most efficient use of resources to maximize health benefits. Apply economics and integrated systems to better understand the interrelationships between healthcare stakeholders and society in order to foster a true shared vision between the two.
Healthcare is one of the strongest sectors in Northeast Ohio’s economy, and it employs individuals with a diverse level of education and experience, in a variety of job functions. Graduates of the healthcare management MBA program work in a wide range of positions, such as:
- Quality managers
- Healthcare recruiters
- Program directors
- Sales representatives
- Health information services managers
- Nurse managers
- Allied health care professionals
About the School
Baldwin Wallace University is an independent, liberal arts & sciences university located in Berea, Ohio, offering bachelor's and master's degrees, certificates and professional education programs. ... Read More