Medical and Health Services Manager

What does a Health Services Manager do?
Medical and health services managers, also referred to as healthcare executives or healthcare administrators, plan, direct, coordinate, and supervise the delivery of healthcare. These workers are either specialists in charge of a specific clinical department or generalists who manage an entire facility or system.

How do you prepare?
A master's degree in one of a number of fields is the standard credential for most generalist positions as a medical or healthcare manager. A bachelor's degree is sometimes adequate for entry-level positions in smaller facilities and departments. In physicians' offices and some other facilities, on-the-job experience may substitute for formal education.

What’s the pay like?
As a Human Resources Assistant in Iowa you can expect to earn approximately $71,199 a year, according to Iowa Workforce Development.

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