MMHC ROI for Students
Immediate and sustainable benefits. For you. For your company.
Today’s healthcare organizations demand managers who comprehend the value and intricacies of practice yet have the confidence, expertise and skills to build and manage people, programs and organizational initiatives. You may be highly proficient and committed to excellence in patient care, administration, or another technical area, but chances are good that you haven’t had the time or resources to acquire the management tools to complement your current skills. You may also be seeking vision across more areas of your healthcare organization to help you lead at a higher level. Without interrupting your career, the Vanderbilt Master of Management in Health Care helps you do the following:
- Understand more fully your professional, management and leadership capabilities
- Accelerate your career within your organization
- Develop deep management-level knowledge and understanding of all business disciplines through formal management curriculum
- Complement healthcare management training with interdisciplinary, team-based learning
- Make an immediate impact in your organization by applying new business concepts and skills
- Earn a master’s degree from Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, a top-ranked healthcare management business school—with course work developed by world-class faculty and recognized healthcare experts
From the moment you begin the Master of Management in Health Care program, you’ll return to your job with new skills and capabilities that will give you higher standing in your healthcare career and newfound credibility among the executive team. Your ability to apply classroom and project learning to real-time issues and opportunities on the job will further enhance your value and growth potential within your organization. The Vanderbilt Master of Management in Health Care will further increase your confidence and the knowledge that you have the healthcare management capabilities to set and achieve personal and organizational goals.
Associate Vice Chair for Research, Department of Otolaryngology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center