Boston College is honored to attract such a varied group of students for its Spring and Summer 2020 cohorts of the online MHA degree program.
Healthcare administrators play a critical role in preparing for and mitigating the impact of infectious disease outbreaks within the communities they serve.
The rise of urgent care centers and retail clinics have changed the way healthcare demands are being met. Not only do these centers offer cutting edge technology and same-day appointments but they also provide a clear, up-front, pricing guide for care that is often a lower-cost than more traditional care options.
Healthcare is an industry of remarkable albeit slow-moving innovation. Yet as we look toward a future of advanced technology, rising costs, and inconsistent outcomes, it has become clear that innovation is needed more than ever. In fact, the healthcare industry is expected to be the largest growing business within the next decade, and it will need people that can drive innovation.
Healthcare administrators in Boston have more opportunities. The online Master of Healthcare Administration from Boston College opens the door to top jobs.
Two of the top ten best hospitals in the U.S. are in Boston, along with many more top-notch healthcare institutions. Earn your MHA in Boston.
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.