Finding your Career Path in Health IT: Locating Opportunities and Selling Yourself Dr. Kella B. Price, SPHR Price Consulting Group www.thepriceconsultinggroup.com [email_address] Tweet the presentation: #HealthITforum
IT salary increases 4.6 percent increase in pay to $78,035.
In 2005, the average tech worker’s salary was $69,000.
“ If an individual has a unique skill set, companies want them, and they’ll be willing to pay more for them on a year-to-year basis,” Tom Silver, Dice’s senior vice president & chief marketing officer.
Employment in Health Care Management will grow by 16 percent from 2006 to 2016 (BLS) . Median annual income of health care managers is $73,660, though with experience and seniority your salary can rise well into six digits ( www.phoenix.edu) .
BS in Health Administration Health Information Systems concentration
Healthcare Communication Strategies
Human Resources in Health Care
Ethics: Health Care and Social Responsibility
Leadership and Performance Development
Health Care Management
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Health Care Quality Management and Outcomes Analysis
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