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Masters in Healthcare Degrees in Kentucky

A Kentucky Masters in Healthcare can help pave a way for experienced health care workers to advance in the state’s vibrant health care industry. At present, Kentucky is home to 125 hospitals, not counting 31 specialty hospitals and 41 psychiatric hospitals, according to the 2012 Kentucky Healthcare Market Report. With all of these health care institutions gearing up to operate leaner while still offering the highest quality possible as the state prepares for healthcare reform, effective managers will be needed to run the finances, technology, quality control, and clinical departments at these organizations. In 2011, there were 4,110 medical and health services managers in Kentucky who earned an average annual salary of $86,130, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Kentucky Universities

Campbellsville University

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