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Hot Topics in Healthcare: Shaping the Future of Healthcare

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Join Healthcare Management Program Coordinator, Terry DeVito and Concord Campus Director, Karen Carlson, as they present on the topic, "Shaping the Future of Healthcare."

Given today’s healthcare challenges: complexity of healthcare systems, need for safe and high-quality patient care, financial pressures to reduce costs and external pressures for positive change; healthcare is in desperate need of manager who can face these challenges and make improvements to the systems.

Graduates of the MS in Healthcare Management degree are positioned to hit the ground running to do so. Not only does this degree give students an understanding of healthcare systems, and organizational excellence skills; the curriculum includes the body of knowledge that allows students to pursue two additional certifications: Six Sigma Green Belt Certification and the American College of Healthcare Executive Fellowship.

If you are looking for a degree in healthcare and to broaden your credentials, you should attend this webinar to learn the value-added features of this degree.

About Terry DeVito
Dr. DeVito came to Bay Path University in 2017 as the Graduate Program Coordinator in Healthcare Management and Associate Professor. Her qualifications include credentials as a registered nurse, administrator, and educator with years of experience in healthcare education, quality, leadership, and delivery of patient care.

Clinically her career has focused in emergency nursing and emergency medical services, specifically paramedic education. Interests include quality in education, meeting student learning needs, and the management and delivery of patient care that meets the highest standards in today’s complex healthcare setting.

Academically, she is a registered nurse and holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership which specialized in leadership and systems management; a Master’s degree in Education which focused on adult education, curriculum development and a minor in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation.