Sunny Schwartz, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation (MassBioEd) addresses what Massachusetts needs to do to fill life sciences jobs.
The New York Times site recently reported on a study of international prices for common medical services. The author addressed the dramatic cost differences between the United States and other countries.
Richard Yeargin, a Boston College Healthcare Administration graduate student has been awarded the ACC 2019 Brian Piccolo Award. The award is given to the “most courageous” football player in the ACC. Yeargin successfully recovered from a broken neck due to a serious car accident in 2017.
The Commonwealth Fund has summarized its top 10 stories of the year in healthcare policy, technology, and market dynamics, providing a recap of major developments in healthcare over the past year.
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Healthcare Administrator salaries are expected to rise as the healthcare industry continues to expand in the U.S. Read more about the opportunity here!
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The BC MHA program would like to welcome Dr. Joni R. Beshansky, new academic director. We are excited about her experience and commitment to education.
Healthcare administration is one of the fastest growing job trends in the USA. Learn more about Healthcare Administration careers and our MHA degree.