Graduates of BBA in Health Care Operations would have transitioned from clinical practice to administrative roles, been promoted to a management or supervisory position in their current department, or moved to a larger department. The exciting opportunities that will then present themselves are as follows:
- Opportunities - Health Care Administrator, Health Care Manager, Program Director, Nursing Department Manager, Patient Information Service executives, Policy specialist, Director of Development, Medical Compliance Officer, Patient Safety Manager, Insurance Claims Manager, Medical Inventory Manager, Document Control Officer, IT Systems Manager, and Quality Assurance Officer, Medical Equipment Custodian and Pharmacy Storekeeper
- Interesting alternatives of sub-sectors to pick from - Hospitals, clinics, or medical offices, Pharmaceutical companies or laboratories, Biotech health services, Insurance organizations, Health care consulting firms, Government agencies, and health maintenance organizations
The industry-oriented curriculum is designed to enable the application of legal & economic aspects in healthcare, basics of medical terminologies, anatomy & physiology. It helps achieve critical thinking, planning, and leadership skills for managing operations, assuring quality, and working with policies and regulations in the healthcare establishment.
Essentially, the health care sector is characterized by constant reforms aimed at the efficient delivery of safe, effective, and high-quality care. Value-adding healthcare experts will always remain central to driving changes at all health system levels to actualize the goals of the ongoing reforms in health care institutions