About OU's Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management (Non-Clinical Track)
Are you interested in earning a degree in health care or pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration? The non-clinical track of Ottawa University’s accelerated, online Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management helps business professionals understand health management systems and gain the organizational insight and managerial ability needed to pursue positions of leadership or management of health care organizations, so they can continue helping people live better, healthier lives. Healthcare is a growing field, in every way. While there continues to be great demand for doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners, there is also a rising need for the office professionals and administrators that maintain health-care operations. You could fill these roles with OU’s health care management degree.
View a compelling testimonial from one of OU’s Health Care Management graduates.
Our accelerated, online Health Care Management Non-Clinical Track promotes an understanding of complex, evolving, and integrated health care and reimbursement systems. Students analyze perspectives, methods, and values associated with the delivery and financing of health services. They learn to evaluate client needs, fiscal constraints, management practices, ethical principles, public policies, and promotional strategies of the health care institution. Our students discover ways to meet the growing demand for affordable, efficient, responsible, and effective health care. Our highly esteemed faculty share their expertise and managerial insights for our students who desire leadership positions in health-related organizations. The program is particularly suitable for health care professionals with technical/clinical training.
Perspective on the Health Care Management Degree
“Medical and health services managers plan, direct, coordinate, and supervise the delivery of health care. These works are either specialists in charge of a specific clinical department or generalists who manage an entire facility or system.”
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