What does a Medical/Health Service Manager do?
Medical/health services managers are professionals who specialize in managing facilities that provide medical and health-related services. This includes managing the finances and the budget of the facility; hiring, training, and supervising employees; and maintaining the facility’s records. Medical/health service managers work with medical professionals, patients, and insurance agents. They may represent the facility at meetings or conferences and must keep up to date on and implement changes in their facilities based upon changes in healthcare laws and regulations in healthcare technology.
What do I need to get a Medical/Health Service Manager job?
UM University College offers a degree in Health Service Management and accepts transfer credits from both colleges.
What is the median salary of a Medical/Health Service Manager?
- $103,070 per year