Advice for a career in healthcare management

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Hi,I have a bachelor's degree in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics and an MBA from a AACSB accredited university. I have about four years of work experience in the field of healthcare management. I have worked in corporate (pharmaceutical) and gov...
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 This kind of discussion in the forum regarding the study and education of the MBA courses are very helpful to make the decisions by the new applicants in the line. I recommend to go for the ITM college for healthcare management study. 

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Hi,

I have a bachelor's degree in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics and an MBA from a AACSB accredited university. I have about four years of work experience in the field of healthcare management. I have worked in corporate (pharmaceutical) and government (health) sectors. I am interested to further my education to sharpen skills specific to healthcare management. Is it a right career choice to go for a second Master's degree in Healthcare Administration (MHA)? or is it advisable to go for a Ph.D program in healthcare management? What would be the pluses and minuses of getting a second Master's degree (MHA) after MBA in terms of more employ-ability? Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you!

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ShrikantChavan
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It’s a great option today because of the stability in income and growth in this sector. You should definitely opt for this option as you would be providing services to the needy. Executive MBA in healthcare from ITM institute would be an ideal option for you as you would attain complete learning about the healthcare sector.

The scope of this course is vast and the main benefit of pursuing such a course is that you could work and learn at the same time. The classes are only held over the weekends so you need not sacrifice time from your work in order to pursue your dream course. 

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