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Health Care Administration

Mandl Health and Human Services

A.A.S. In Health Care Administration

60 credits
Program Length: 60 Weeks
Total Clock Hours: 1185

A degree in Health Care Administration at the Mandl School, The College of Allied Health provides students with an in-depth understanding of the healthcare sector and the essential competencies needed for the practice. The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Health Care Administration (HCA) introduces students to the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain entry level positions in health care. Mandl School provides students with an in-depth understanding of the health care sector and the essential competencies needed for health care administration practice. The HCA program includes comprehensive training in health care administration and technical skills tailored to meet the current and future needs of the healthcare industry. Discussion of relevant legislative and regulatory issues related to the healthcare industry is also a major component of this up-to-date, real-world curriculum.

Mandl School Health Care degreeGiven the rapidly growing emphasis now placed on the electronic management of medical records both in health care facilities and in insurance companies, Mandl students receive specific education about and training in the areas of electronic coding and billing, health care delivery systems, health-related finances and accounting practices. Employment in Health Care Administration is expected to grow faster than average according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Successful degree candidates will be prepared to sit for national examinations that qualify one to be a certified medical coder.

The objective of the Health Care Administration Program is to provide students with a learning environment that will enable them to acquire requisite skills such as:

  • Apply financial techniques in health care information settings
  • Use coding conventions, terms and abbreviations
  • Code procedures according to CPT and ICD-M guidelines
  • Assess health care information systems
  • Analyze patient health services while controlling costs and maximizing profits
  • Apply medical billing and insurance procedures
  • Obtain an understanding of health care policy, ethics and law
  • Develop and apply coding problem solving and data quality control evaluation skills

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