I appreciate your choice of career that means somewhere you are inclined towards helping others. Really seeing the pathetic situation of different hospitals either private or government ones, this evolving field is really needed nowadays.
After completing the course from a recognized University you can work as Director of Nursing or Chief Nursing Director, Hospital Administrator, Hospital Chief Financial Officer, Health Care Actuary and who knows you can go to the top as Hospital Chief Executive Officer (CEO) one day.
Your efficient hospital management skills armed with proactive strategy can save a lot of lives.
All the best!
Master of Business (MBA) programs in healthcare management are designed to prepare students to oversee operations and services in healthcare facilities. MBA students pursuing this concentration explore principles of business, marketing, finance, and effective management as they relate to the U.S. healthcare system. They also learn about the relationship between insurance companies, medical professionals, and patients, and they analyze how these relationships impact healthcare facilities.