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Re: your first question about
looking for an entry level job if you don’t land the fellowship, the answer is
definitely yes. The market for fellowships is competitive, so there are no sure
things. As far as the entry position,
check out the article on the ACHE website under Career Resources/Students and
Early Careerists titled, ...
Begin with checking on ACHE resources in the area including the local ACHE Chapter. Check with the Regent or Regents in Texas for networking as well.
Utilize the ACHE Career Management Network (on ache.org - Career Resources tab) where you input criteria to connect with ACHE members who volunteered to network. Also make use ...
Charlie: A follow up on my recent reply. I discovered that the American Association of Healthcare Consultants website is no longer available. At the following link, you will find a list of Healthcare Consulting firms from Modern Healthcare: http://www.ahcps.com/userfiles/files/MH-2012_Healthcare-Mgmt-Consultants.pdf . Mike ...
Charlie: Be sure to make use of the ACHE Job Bank at www.ache.org. Also, check with the American Marketing Association site. If your focus is consulting in healthcare, check out the American Association of Healthcare Consultants at www.aahc.net
Todd: You have a unique and wide-ranging background. The MHA should help tie it all together. Given that you have not been directly in the healthcare management path, moving directly to a C-suite level job may be a challenge. With that said, you have some interesting experiences to offer such as your work with physicians and facilities ...
No simple answer, but your iternship is certainly a plus as even those can be hard to come by. Check the Student
and Early Career Section of the ACHE - Career Services website and there is
information as well as other resources for
Students and Early Careerists. You should also investigate the local ACHE Chapters
as they are ...
The job market for Bachelor level
jobs is tight. The graduate degree will likely be needed if you envision a
career in healthcare management. Build your network as much as you can. Check
the ACHE website and under Career Services, you will find the Career Management
Network (Members Only area). You can access other ACHE members for ...
The market is challenging no doubt. Keeping yourself open to relocation is a positive as many people are not. There may be opportunities in smaller communities which could be worth considering as well.
As far as the entry position, check
out the article on the ACHE website under Career Services titled ...
The suggestion of attending Chapter events is a good one. There are also ACHE educational webinars that might help with staying current as well. Stay up with the literature and Modern Healthcare Magazine, etc.
Networking is vital, keep in touch with people and utilize sources such as LinkedIn.
As far as what ...
There is no simple answer to your question, but there are some things you can do to improve your chances of career advancement. As you probably know, a Masters Degree in a healthcare related area will probably be needed if you aspire for a higer level position in the field. Short of that, ACHE programs will certainly help. In addition ...