What Are The Duties of a Healthcare Administrator?

Healthcare administrators oversee the medical and health services of entire healthcare facilities,

specific clinical areas or departments, and private medical practices.

By doing so, they act as agents of change who have a wide-ranging impact on the healthcare

system as a whole.

So what can you expect from a healthcare administrator job?

Keep watching to find out!

JOB DUTY DETAILS Approximately 40% of healthcare administration

professionals work in hospitals.

Most work full-time with approximately 3 out of 10 administrators reporting having worked

more than 40 hours per week in 2016.

They may need to be on-call for emergencies and may be required to work during weekends

and evenings when they are employed by facilities that serve patients 24 hours a day.

Their duties are wide-ranging and generally focus on the business side of the medical


Your top 5 general duties include: 1.

Improving the efficiency and quality in the delivery of healthcare services


Developing departmental goals and objectives 3.

Keeping up-to-date with changes in healthcare technology and regulatory mandates


Ensuring that the facility is compliant with current healthcare laws and regulations


Keeping and organizing records of the facility's services

The job title of healthcare administration professionals can vary according to their

place of employment, you may find yourself employed as a nursing home administrator,

clinical manager, or outpatient care supervisor, to name a few.

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY Signing up for a healthcare administration

program is so simple that you'll only need a few things.

First, make sure you have a completed application form.

Along with your application, you'll need to submit a copy of your high school diploma

or GED.

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Aside from a great education, you'll get a ton of awesome benefits like complimentary

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transfer credit evaluations.

But that's far from all you'll get.

You'll also enjoy a waived transcript and application fee if you act quickly.

FOUNDATIONAL COURSES In all, it takes 120 credit hours to graduate.

COST If cost is a concern, you'll be happy to know

that CCK offers some of the lowest rates for online courses.

Expect to pay $425 per credit hour.

WE ARE CCCK CCCK Online is more than just a school.

It's a place to reinforce your values.

With a faith-based approach to learning, values like truth, spiritual formation, comprehensive

education, excellence, prayer, community, integrity, service, and leadership will play

a key role in your education.

For more information about the core courses and transfer credits, chat with a student

advisor on our website or call 1-877-299-1531.

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