Healthcare Management Program Benefits, Healthcare Management Degree
Health Care Leadership MBA Program Benefits
The Kansas City University DO/MBA dual-degree program successfully integrates two professional curricula. Dual-degree students complete both degrees in four years and walk across the graduation stage at KCU with other members of their class, receiving their Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine along with a Rockhurst MBA.
Other important benefits of this new program are:
- Emphasis on practical skills development.
- Extensive use of contemporary health care examples, exercises, simulations and live case studies.
- Frequent interaction with practicing Kansas City health care professionals as guest presenters and hosts for field visits.
Graduates with a Rockhurst MBA in health care leadership will be able to:
- Pursue best business practices and employ leadership techniques that contribute to high quality patient care.
- Apply legal, ethical and social responsibility concepts to strategy formulation and business operations.
- Effectively use the "language of business," and understand how business practices and processes work in concert to create efficient managerial systems.
- Understand how organizations and health systems function, and explore new governance models and best teamwork paradigms from a wide variety of industries.
- Formulate and implement a vision, mission and business strategy in a way that fosters common purpose and teamwork.
- Identify and analyze issues, formulate and communicate plans, and apply appropriate resources to accomplish tasks.
- Set up a practice with the flexibility to meet change and take advantage of opportunities.
- Lead organizations to attract and retain excellent staff in a highly competitive job market, understanding current legal and employment issues/concerns.
- Use technology, resources and information in a way that maximizes efficiency and improves effectiveness.
- Apply self-management skills to practice medicine and manage organizations with insight, and to balance personal needs with the greater good of stakeholders.