June 27, 2016


Here’s a mildly odious phrase: “Looking out for numero uno.”

If you work in health care, chances are that rubs your fiber the wrong way. That’s for good reason – you’ve devoted your life to helping others, which seldom involves referring to oneself as number one. Fair enough.

In that context, we’d like to make one isolated argument for acting selfishly. Of course, we’re not talking about double-dipping-pizza-into-bleu-cheese-dressing hedonism here. We’re simply suggesting a way to help those around you by helping yourself.

First here’s the helping those around you part: your profession needs great leaders. The more you help your organization, the healthier the people in your surrounding community become.

The pizza-in-dressing part: the median salary for medical and health services managers is $94,500*. If you can somehow bring yourself to accept that, you may want to consider our Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration or our Master of Science in Health Services Administration. They’re the perfect way to build on your existing experience and accelerate your career into leadership and management roles.

You can even complete all your courses online, which means obtaining your degree in one outfit or less. For the health of your community, start your application today. Or talk to one of our friendly admissions counselors for more information. Remember, it’s not all about you. It’s just a little about you. And a lot about helping those around you.

*Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/medical-and-health-services-managers.htm