Transcript: Job Description Pros and cons & Job Availability Conclusion Skills and Education Healthcare Administration How can I prepare for this career and why is it right for me?
Transcript: Public and Private Sectors - Hospitals -Nursing Homes -Health Departments Median pay in 2012 was $88,580 per year Healthcare Administration Working Conditions -Typically work in a business / office setting -Limited patient contact -Depending on location long / unpredictable hours Interesting. Engaging. Growing. Opportunities for Specialization Responsibilities of Health Professionals 315k jobs in the field in 2012 Anticipated 23% growth rate 2012-2020 Higher than average growth -Professionals likely to be managers Responsibilities: Facilities Programs and services Staff Marketing Budgets Public Relations Job Outlook Certified Nursing Home Administrator Masters of Public Health MBA w/ healthcare concentration Expert in public policy Bachelors Degree Little to no experience To plan, direct, and coordinate health services. Introduction to Healthcare Administration Goal Entering into the field Multiple Opportunities Salary
Transcript: Planning, coordinating, and implementing medical health services Knowledge of healthcare laws and policies Supervising assistant administrators Keeps an open communication with medical staff and department heads Works to improve financial efficiency Staff schedules, HR issues, supplies, and patient billing Expected job growth of 23% in 5-10 years. Variety Nursing home administration rapidly growing Physician management Facts about Healthcare What does a Healthcare Administrator do? Healthcare Administration A healthcare administrator works to ensure a smooth operation of a hospital, hospital system, or healthcare organization. Job Duties Provider network-$180,00-290,000 Ambulatory excutive-$130,000-$210,00 Clinic manager-$47,000-66,000 Outpatient Care Supervisor-$44,000-59,000 Must be able to operations, staff, budget. Must be able to work with strong personalities Peacemaking skills Strong communication skills Must motivate and inspire Reference: Healthcare Administration Careers | PublicHealthOnline.org. (n.d.). Retrieved October 05, 2016, from http://www.publichealthonline.org/healthcare-administration/#context/api/listings/prefilter Management Skills Healthcare Administrator Salary(per year)
Transcript: Salaries bls.gov healthcareadministration.com career builder.com Interesting Facts Up until the earlier part of the 20th century, healthcare was extremely limited and patient treatment was poor. Today, Healthcare Administration is as busy and important a field as ever Career Description Courses needed for a degree in health administration often include Health Care Administrator Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow by 22 percent from 2010 to 2020 Education (cont.) Hospital Organization, Management, Accounting, Budgeting, Human Resources, Administration, Strategic Planning, Law and Ethics, Health Economics, and Health Information Systems. Cites Sourced Education Required Healthcare Administrator’s job includes managing the integration of all aspects of healthcare to produce services. Health services graduates are more into the business aspect of the field such as : human resources, accounting, marketing sales, information systems, and facility management. The field of administration has an array of people including those who plan, direct, coordinate, and supervise health care facilities. Most medical and health services managers have at least a bachelor’s degree before entering the field; however, master’s degrees also are common. Career Outlook $84,270 per year $40.52 per hour
Transcript: $3,035 Interviewing Shaun Orr Who practices and where is this practiced in the Upper Valley? What is the required training for this job? $1,735 Utah State University: Business Administration Idaho State University: Healthcare Administration Brigham Young University-Idaho: Healthcare Administration What is the annual salary? Shaun Orr hard at work Where can I obtain a degree in this major? $2,338 Shaun Orr: meetings, schedule, complaints, privacy concerns, new policies, daily operations, committees, finances, audits, hiring Jared Richards: meetings, network, insurances, patients, staff Rachel Gonzalez: meetings, problems, community, network, staff, departments Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management or Healthcare Administration Courses on Business, Economics, Management, Health, Accounting, Communications, and Computers Thanks for watching! With the staff after the job shadow What are the advantages/disadvantages of this career? What is a typical day like? A presentation Shaun gives to people interested in the health center Comparing tuitions of three colleges Natalie Webster Senior Project 2012 Healthcare Administration Shaun Orr – Brigham Young University-Idaho Student Health Center (Rexburg, ID) Jared Richards – Drs. Toenjes, Brizzee, & Orme Cosmetic & Family Dentistry (St. Anthony, ID) Rachel Gonzalez – Madison Memorial Hospital (Rexburg, ID) Dental center or other specialized clinic: Smaller - $35,000, Bigger - $80,000 Typical doctor’s office: Smaller - $50,000, Bigger - $100,000 Hospital: Smaller - $100,000, Bigger - $350,000 Advantages: Job security High paying Building relationships Service opportunities Leadership positions Many career options to choose from Disadvantages: Time consuming Complex Lots of regulation changes What does a healthcare administrator do?
Transcript: Job Locations & Market Past Changes Future Changes Day-to- day tasks Hours and days of the week I work What I Do Resources My Values and Career Healthcare Administration Current Demand My Salary and Career Ladder Changes in the field Types of Organizations My Education, Traits, and Experiences
Transcript: The corporate office makes sure that the building and every department in it just like the administrator, is ran smoothly so when State comes in the building they do not receive any citations. Too many citations or major citations can cause a nursing home to close it's doors for good and so corporate,the administrator along with other department heads makes sure that does not happen. Annual State Surveys How many departments are there to over-see? The different departments range from Nursing which is over-seen by the DON as well. The admissions department which controls the census of the builidng. The business office, which controls the monies and insurance mattees of residents. The activities department which keeps the lively hood of the residents functioning. The HR department which handles paperwork matters, check, and insurance for employees, dietary department which does all of the cooking and diet plans for residents, therapy department which helps restore residents back to their prior levels of functioning and the maintenance department which keeps the building functioning and clean. Maitenance also oversees housekeeping and laundry. Even though It may sound like a lot for one person to handle, the administrator actually gets more than enough help from there supervisors and managers. It is not the administrators job to babysit and watch a persons every move. If there are outstanding department heads most of the time the Administrators job is not nearly impossible to do. During the time of the annual survey. Surveyors are qualified to stop any employee at any given time to ask them random questions about nursing home rules and activities and they expect you to know the answer. Why does Corporate need to over-see the administrator? How does the Administrator over-see so many departments? Yes, in fact there are other jobs. It is the administrators responsibility to budget monies and control the expenses that each department may use. Such as the food resources for dietary, Linen for the laundry department, Nursing supplies and properly functioned equipment and those are to name a few. What does the State check for when survey is in progress? Are there any other jobs that the Administrator is responsible for? Having knowledge about the company you work for is always a positive thing and important. Not knowing whats taking place in your building or knowing who to ask questions to can cause you to ineffectively do your job. Everyone has a department head overseeing there job, including the administrator. The title of the department is known as the corporate office. Through out the month the corporate office may visit the nursing home to make sure everything is being properly ran and if any issues may have occurred then they should also have been taken care of in a timely fashion. There should always be a team effort in order for things to run efficiently. However the administrator is responsible for over-seeing all department heads. Why is it important for you to know all of these things about the work place? Who runs the builiding? Healthcare Administration Nursing Home Edition. Does the Administrator Have a Boss? There comes a time once a year when the State comes to the nursing home to do inspections. These inspections are called Annual Surveys. The surveys are subjected to last for a week Monday-Friday from about 7:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.
Transcript: UCSD Health Systems Sharp Healthcare Rady's Children Hospital Zoetis Inc. Average Salary 80k-138k 51% of employers require 2-5 years experience. (HA) 73% require 2-5 years experience (NH/HH) I took me two years to decided properly plan going back to school. I've arranged support from everyone in my life to trust I'm on a positive path. Alternatives to Hospital Care Determined Skills Decision Making Advantages to Healthcare Administration Require the same skills and experience Nursing Home Facility Home Healthcare Mental Health Centers Physical Rehab Centers Top Local Employers Healthcare Administration with a concentration in: Medical Management Health Information Systems Long-Term Care Experience Needed Will I be able to handle the stress? Can I balance work and school? You need to change some habits? Is the industry worth getting into? Legal Compliance Medical Coding Staff Development Accounting Discharge Planning Clinical Experience Healthcare Administration & Nursing Home/Home Health Admin. Arguments or Assumptions Discovered what industry I wanted to grow in. Took steps to research where I saw myself in 5&10 years. Asked questions to people I respected. Took the right steps to make myself available. Let everyone in my immediate circle know my overall plan and get their support. 83% Require Bachelors Degree Different Departments
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