Health Services Management Certificate Program
- Credits: 15 Credits (630 Clock Hours)
- Self-paced, 12-month completion deadline
- Daily Starts
This certificate in health services management will give students a foundational understanding of health services management, healthcare ethics, statistical analysis of health care data, and exposure to records management. Students will also learn about insurance, billing, and reimbursement. Students in this program will be more successful if they already have a background in health care administration, coding, or clinical experience.
This program is designed for those interested in the administration and operation of health services environments ranging from clinical spaces to smaller, private care providers. Though prior experience is not needed, some employers may require some clinical or additional healthcare experience to be considered for certain positions.
This program is designed to provide students with the flexibility needed in today’s world. Students can access courses 24/7 and work at their own pace as long as they complete the program within the 12-month time frame. Instructors are always available to answer questions via email.
Upon completion of this online health services management program, students will be awarded a certificate from Washington Technical Institute. WTI is a fully accredited online school, accredited by the Middle States Association.
Job Outlook for Developers:
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the medical and health services management career field is projected to grow by 32% between 2022-2030, much faster than average. Those choosing this career field can expect to work in offices in healthcare facilities (clinics, hospitals, and even nursing homes) as well as private medical practices. You can find more information here.
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Washington Technical Institute is Regionally accredited by the Middle States Association CESS, and licensed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education as an institution of higher learning