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.
Learn how an online Healthcare Administration Degree from BC gives you the tools necessary for a successful career in healthcare administration.
Emergency physicians work out of high-tech cubicles instead of exam rooms, appearing on camera to respond to 15,000 emergencies per year.
Some of the highest paying healthcare administration jobs are right here Boston and the surrounding area. See where a degree from BC can take you.
The Boston College MHA program will be represented at the upcoming ACHE of Massachusetts (ACHE-MA) Fall Conference on Friday, November 1, 2019.
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Gone are the days of leaving the work place to get your masters degree. With online learning earning your MHA degree is flexible and easy. Read more now!
A Healthcare Adminstrator in Massachusetts makes more than their national counter-parts and has more open positions. Learn about the increase demand now!
Healthcare administration is one of the fastest growing job trends in the USA. Learn more about Healthcare Administration careers and our MHA degree.
The Boston College Online Master of Healthcare Administration has been ranked best online MHA in Massachusetts & NO.11 nationally by successfulstudent.org.
Professionals who are interested in a career as a leader in healthcare administration should consider earning their MHA from a school Like Boston College.
BC's Online Master of Healthcare Administration includes a unique immersion short course, inviting students on-campus for Innovation Weekend.
Is a career as a Director of Nursing right for you? Find out what it takes to become a healthcare administrator and how you can further your education.
Healthcare administration graduates can explore many career opportunities due to rapid growth in the home healthcare segment.
Mid-career transitions into another field can prove tricky. Fortunately, opportunities are there to become a leader with a Master of Healthcare Administration.
How do healthcare leaders drive quality, streamline processes, and promote effective decision-making in the sector’s fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment?
At Boston College, students in the MHA program have access to a professional executive coach with 25 years of healthcare leadership experience to help them set and work towards personalized career goals.
Working healthcare professionals need a Master of Health Administration (MHA) program that accommodates their busy schedule and delivers key leadership skills.
Dr. Fulton explains how leading healthcare organizations are tapping into big data in order to drive evidence-based decision-making.
Health Administration Professionals are in high-demand, but what are the critical skills make them seriously good at their jobs?
Boston College’s new Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program is about to complete its first two terms and already the online, competency-based program is earning rave reviews from students.
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