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Today’s administrators must have a broad understanding of all aspects of a health care facility — including finances, operations, provider impact and environmental issues. The Master of Health Administration with a concentration in Sustainability Management degree program pinpoints how to manage the effects of health care operations on the environment, while exploring renewable energy alternatives and making energy use more efficient. University of Phoenix can help you gain the skills needed to reduce your facility’s carbon footprint. Speak with an Enrollment Representative to learn how you can position yourself as a leader in health administration.
The Master of Health Administration prepares leaders and aspiring leaders in the health sector by providing the competencies necessary to drive the future of healthcare through effective facilitation of cross-system transformation and the improvement of health outcomes for patients, populations, and providers. Areas of inquiry include industry and organizational dynamics, visioning the future, forming strategic relationships, leading with authenticity, creating a sustainable personal legacy, and transformation and execution in diverse health system contexts.
As the health industry continues to undergo unprecedented growth, "health" is beginning to encompass everything from patient care to community engagement to overarching system design. The curricular framework for the newest version of the MHA is provided by the industry standard American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). The program provides UOPX students with an academically- rigorous and integrated experience that requires both critical thinking and creativity, while remaining aligned to professional and industry standards.
The concentration in Sustainability Management for Health Care prepares learners to lead at the intersection of the environmental, social and economic domains of the health sector. The program is designed to help leaders and aspiring leaders cultivate environmental, economic, and social sensitivities to address the footprint of the health care industry. Content includes strategies to successfully navigate resource and supply chain use in health care contexts, engagement with the community regarding the health and well-being of current and future generations, as well as the implications of sustainability initiatives and the "triple bottom line" in the health sector.
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*Today, nearly every business considers its impact on the environment — and businesses in the health care industry are no exception. Increased regulatory scrutiny and rising energy costs make environmental impact a critical area for any organization. With courses that help students analyze the effects of their operations on the environment, understand renewable energy options and implement sustainable practices, graduates will be able to:
Directing energy and sustainability activities in health care is a key operational component. University of Phoenix Master of Health Administration with a concentration in Sustainability Management helps you gain the skills you need to minimize your organization’s environmental footprint.
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