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New Hampshire Healthcare Administration Certificate Programs
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What do you have to bring to the field of healthcare? Perhaps you are looking for a career that you can begin in a matter of months, rather than years. Maybe you want to offer assistance to doctors and nurses while interacting directly with patients, or maybe you are more suited to administrative roles.

No matter which of these is true for you, education may be the first step.

At New Hampshire healthcare administration certificate programs, you can learn about the specifics of healthcare management and what skills you need to successfully lead teams of healthcare providers. You may also attend certificate programs that give you training in basic patient care procedures.

If you’ve been waiting for your chance to start a healthcare career, this is the time to act. Explore our list of schools below and contact local programs to find the right New Hampshire healthcare administration degree program for you.

 

Healthcare Administration Education in New Hampshire

As you start to check out different online and New Hampshire degree programs, you may wonder what the differences are between healthcare certificate programs and which program is a good fit for you. First, you have to look at your current level of education.

If you have a Bachelor’s degree, you may want to skip over a technical certificate and move right on to a graduate certificate. On the other hand, those who have not et earned a Bachelor’s degree may find that a healthcare administration certificate is a time-efficient way to build basic skills in this field and learn core healthcare theories.

Programs vary quite a bit in duration. As a full-time student, you may be able to complete 15 credits per semester at the undergraduate level. If you are considering graduate certificates, 9 credits per semester is considered full-time. Keep these figures in mind while comparing schools; you may be able to figure out how long it will take you to graduate and decide on a school that suits your schedule.

At the technical level, you may be interested in earning a certificate in patient care technician. Patient care technicians are a combination of medical assistants and nursing assistants, often working in a variety of specialized healthcare facilities, general clinics, and hospitals. While they cannot make independent care decisions, they are authorized to work under the supervision and direction of physicians and nurses.

Over a period of approximately one year, you may develop the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to earn a healthcare technician certificate online or in person.

 

Technical Certificate of Completion in Patient Care Technician (31 credits)

  •       Role of the Patient Care Technician
  •       Introduction to Anatomy
  •       Disease Processes
  •       Safety in the Medical Office
  •       Moving and Assisting Patients

Office administration is another area of growth in healthcare. While patient care is an essential function of any facility, it’s equally important for an institution to have the administrative help it needs. Office administrators and desk workers may check in patients, answer their billing questions, get billing statements sent out, balance financials, schedule appointments, and provide other types of support to healthcare providers as needed.  

These programs tend to be slightly longer when you take them at an online school, often requiring four semesters of full-time study. However, by the time you graduate, you may have an in-depth knowledge of the administrative needs of healthcare facilities and healthcare providers.

 

Technical Certificate of Completion in Medical Office Administration (57 credits)

  •       Medical Coding
  •       Medical Law and Bioethics
  •       Diseases of the Human Body
  •       Medical Office Accounting

You may have skipped down to this part if you already have a Bachelor’s degree and you’re considering graduate certificates or Master’s in healthcare management degrees in New Hampshire. Graduate programs require completion of a Bachelor’s degree, and some graduate certificates actually require a Master’s degree as well.  

If you can’t find a graduate certificate that fits your intended career goals, you may consider applying to graduate degree programs in New Hampshire. These programs may be slightly longer, but they may also give you the chance to explore different areas of specialized study in healthcare administration.

 

Graduate Certificate of Completion in Healthcare Management and Public Policy (12 credits)

  •       Public Health Care Systems
  •       Epidemiology
  •       Applied Topics in the Essentials of Public Health

Ready to discover the benefits of attending a traditional certificate program or a New Hampshire healthcare administration degree online?

Explore the options on this page and reach out to schools in your community.

 

New Hampshire Careers with Healthcare Administration

After honing your healthcare administrative skills in a technical or graduate certificate program, you may be excited about joining the workforce and putting your new skills to work in a hospital, clinic, nursing home, or insurance company.

Since hands-on experience is important in many certificate programs, you may already have some work experience by the time you graduate. Use this experience to find a work setting that fully uses your skills and professional interests.

Students with technical certificates may want to get started in the field of healthcare as patient representatives. Patient representatives work directly with patients when they check in, pay their bills, have insurance questions, and need to schedule an appointment. In New Hampshire, the average salary for a patient representative is $36,700 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2017). Per O*Net, job openings for patient representatives may see a 10% increase between 2014 and 2024 (2017).

Medical records technicians may handle paper files and digital files to ensure that patient information is properly retained and stored. At many institutions, medical records technicians are responsible for ensuring that people do not have access to patient files without the proper authorization. They claim an average income of $39,010 annually (BLS, 2017). Between 2014 and 2024, job openings for medical records technicians may jump 14% (O*Net, 2017).

Medical managers take on leadership tasks at all levels of a healthcare facility to make sure that standards are met, laws re followed, and patients get the care they deserve. For this, New Hampshire medical managers claim an average annual income of $105,630 (BLS, 2017). By the year 2024, you may see job openings for medical managers increase 17% (O*Net, 2017).

 

This is your chance to find the New Hampshire healthcare administration degree program that aligns with your career goals and education.

Browse our list of New Hampshire schools and contact schools that fit your needs.

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Top > New Hampshire
New England College (Henniker, NH)
Programs Offered:
Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Administration (online)
Salter School of Nursing (Manchester, NH)
Programs Offered:
Patient Care Technician
University of New Hampshire (Durham, NH)
Programs Offered:
Bachelor of Science in Health Management and Policy: Health Services Management Track
Bachelor of Science in Health Management and Policy: Public Health Track
Certificate in Public Health
Master of Public Health


In addition to the campus based programs, there are numerous online programs available for many of the common Health Administration degree types (Associate, Bachelors, Masters) and specialties. Please feel free to use the links on the left-hand side of this page to explore some of the online degree programs available. Thanks for visiting!