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Anyone work in Health Administration? I have enjoyed ready the threads regarding MBA, management consultants, etc.

anyone have an MHA? (Master in Health Administration)
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Originally Posted by Coors Light View Post
Anyone work in Health Administration? I have enjoyed ready the threads regarding MBA, management consultants, etc.

anyone have an MHA? (Master in Health Administration)
I've never understood why someone would choose to spend their life frustrating the noble efforts of the smart and hardworking people who work in healthcare.
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I've never understood why someone would choose to spend their life frustrating the noble efforts of the smart and hardworking people who work in healthcare.

+1 gajillion
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I've never understood why someone would choose to spend their life frustrating the noble efforts of the smart and hardworking people who work in healthcare.

Because someone with an ability to read a P&L has to keep your narrow asses in business and the pay cheques flowing. That Lexus you're driving didn't end up in your garage because you're noble.
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Because someone with an ability to read a P&L has to keep your narrow asses in business and the pay cheques flowing. That Lexus you're driving didn't end up in your garage because you're noble.



Who cares if insurance is reimbursing incorrectly if the work is noble.
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Because someone with an ability to read a P&L has to keep your narrow asses in business and the pay cheques flowing. That Lexus you're driving didn't end up in your garage because you're noble.

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I've never understood why someone would choose to spend their life frustrating the noble efforts of the smart and hardworking people who work in healthcare.

you trolin'
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Because someone with an ability to read a P&L has to keep your narrow asses in business and the pay cheques flowing. That Lexus you're driving didn't end up in your garage because you're noble.

You forgot to add: Greed is good.
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You forgot to add: Greed is good.

Yeah, this statement is certainly an apropos response.
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Yeah, this statement is certainly an apropos response.
Coming from you, that's a compliment.
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Coming from you, that's a compliment.

Another great demonstration of your wit and understanding.
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I didn't create this thread for those who cannot fathom the need of an understanding of business to run organization.

I was interested in hearing from anyone in this field of work. Either publicly or by private message.
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Another great demonstration of your wit and understanding.

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I didn't create this thread for those who cannot fathom the need of an understanding of business to run organization.

I was interested in hearing from anyone in this field of work. Either publicly or by private message.

Well, that's the thing about threads, they get a life of their own.

What do you specifically want to know about health care admin? Does it pay well? Yes. Is it stressful, often give you 60 hours weeks? Yes. Is it 9-5? No. Is it a growth industry? With the aging of the Boomers, for sure.
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