Healthcare Management Training Online
You’re a problem-solving multitasker, you like to work with people, and you’re ready for new career opportunities. What a coincidence. We’re a career training school that specializes in helping people like you.
As a UMA healthcare management student online, you’ll learn to implement processes to help a clinic or hospital department run more efficiently. You’ll also learn to understand medical billing systems, construct business documents, prepare budgets, help resolve workplace conflict and more. If that sounds like a good match for you, we’d like to answer any questions you might have.
Why should I earn my associate degree from UMA?
Earning an associate degree from UMA may impact your future by making you stand out to employers and providing you with a strong educational platform to start a new career. Let us help you gain the job skills needed to work in healthcare so you are prepared to seek some of the 2.3 million new jobs that are projected through 2022.1
Our programs include 24/7 tech support that helps you become comfortable with computers and in the online classroom. Receive guidance from your instructors and learn what it takes to start a career in the fast growing healthcare industry.1 Outside the classroom, our career services team gets you interview ready so you can start your new career.
According to independent research published by Georgetown University, associate degree graduates earn an average of $400,000 of additional earnings over their lifetime.2 An associate degree can open doors to lifelong learning and set the groundwork for future promotions. Let UMA help you change your future.
Job outlook for healthcare management.
Healthcare management degree holders can apply for healthcare management careers including front desk supervisor, medical accounts receivable specialist, medical billing supervisor, medical office specialist, medical records clerk, office supervisor and more. Professionals in this field may work in a variety of environments including a doctor’s office, hospital, insurance company, outpatient clinic or public health agency just to name a few. Employment for this career field is projected to grow 17% from 2014 to 2024.3
Which program is right for you? Try our fun and informal personality quiz for inspiration.