Online Healthcare Degrees & Campus Programs SNHU
Community health manager: Working in community health means you are adept at wearing many hats. You might work with individuals, groups or families to ensure they have proper resources for healthcare and wellness. Helping connect others to appropriate social services and care is the hallmark for this dynamic and important profession.
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Wellness Center at SNHU
(Just Now) Health Services is a licensed facility and must follow guidelines established by the Department of Health and Human Services. If a greater level of care is required than can be provided by the Wellness Center, students will be referred to Urgent Care, the Emergency Room or, a local care provider as appropriate.
About Healthcare: Industry Trends, Education, Career Paths
(5 days ago) Health and Education Articles & Stories INFOGRAPHIC: 16 Types of Nurses Including Job Descriptions and Salary October 14, 2021. So many career paths can leave new and seasoned nurses alike wondering which specialty is right for them. To help, we’ve compiled a list of the 16 types of nurses employers are looking to hire, including information
What is Community Health
(Just Now) Community health involves taking facts about health and wellness and applying them to initiatives such as nutrition programs or anti-smoking campaigns. Community health educators often work in offices and labs, as well as in the field, interacting with people and taking a hands-on approach to making improvements.
What is Health Information Management
(3 days ago) Health information management encompasses coding and revenue cycle, informatics, data analytics, and information governance. Coding and revenue cycle management includes assigning diagnostic and procedural codes for billing to managing the revenue flow from the patient registration to …
What Employers Should Look For in Health Information
(3 days ago) A career in Health Information Management (HIM) is a “hidden jewel of job opportunities” says Cheryl Martin, health information management strategic advisor at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). HIM professionals require a unique combination of industry expertise, people skills and analytical skills.
What is Population Health Management
(2 days ago) Population health management brings health concerns into focus and addresses ways that resources can be allocated to improve the health of a group of people called a “population.”. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) describe population health "as an interdisciplinary, customizable approach that allows health departments to
SNHU Health Information Management Program Earns CAHIIM
(6 days ago) Health Informatics: Health informatics focuses on the science of how information systems apply across the healthcare system and how patient information is “captured, transmitted and utilized.” Branda said roles in healthcare information management have been expanding rapidly as more people specialize in specific areas within the field.
Community Health Jobs
(1 days ago) Community Health Jobs. In 2019, more than 62,000 health education specialists were employed in the United States, making a median salary of $55,220, according to BLS. Government job roles accounted for most of that employment – 24% – and at state or private hospitals – 22%. Through 2028 the field is expected to add more than 7,100 jobs
What is Quality Improvement in Healthcare
(7 days ago) “The importance of healthcare quality and safety has been highlighted in the recent ongoing health issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic as healthcare professionals were challenged to provide excellent, quality care as they protected themselves, patients, families, and …
What Can You Do with a Healthcare Management Degree
(7 days ago) Health insurance companies - Commercial or private market health insurance coverage can be confusing "both to policymakers and to employers and enrollees," noted the National Conference of State Legislatures. Some of the complexity stems from the multiple health plans and systems involved, including health maintenance organizations (HMO
Health Science Degree Online, Bachelor's (BS) SNHU
(9 days ago) Health Science Career Outlook. Prepare yourself for growing leadership opportunities in your field with SNHU's BS in Health Science. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, typical entry-level education for medical and health services managers is a bachelor's degree – with some employers preferring a master's degree. 1 The BLS also anticipates a 32 % increase in the need for
Online Certificate in Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety
(4 days ago) Moreover, health leaders are needed to improve and enact procedural initiatives that could help save lives. "Given recent and ongoing health issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects of Zika spread and transmission, healthcare workers need to be prepared," said Dr. Karen Brooks, graduate nursing faculty lead at SNHU. "The healthcare
Bridging the Skills Gap for a Strong Healthcare Workforce
(3 days ago) Building a healthcare team with the right mix of skill sets is a continuous challenge for healthcare organizations. In a recent report, The Healthcare Workforce: A Spotlight on Nurses, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) found that advances in medicine and technology are reshaping how healthcare jobs are done, while increased subspecialization in the healthcare field means …
Master's in Public Health Online MPH Degree Program SNHU
(3 days ago) Apply global health concepts, theories and principles to effectively address global health issues with a Master of Science in Public Health with a concentration in Global Health.. With billions of global citizens in an increasingly connected world, there's a heightened need for public health professionals who can develop innovative solutions that promote equitable access to care.
What is a Nurse Practitioner
(4 days ago) Home health care may also include palliative care. Pain management, medication education and overall healthcare support in one’s home is an area of focus for many nurse practitioners. Becoming a nurse practitioner enables nurses to advance their careers, building upon a solid nursing practice foundation to diversify specialty skill sets.
Nursing Week Telehealth Technology
(5 days ago) Nurses are on the front lines of patient care and act as key drivers of healthcare change, including the use of telehealth technology. As medical technology improves, the role of telehealth in nursing continues to grow, giving nurses new tools to improve patient outcomes and increase access to quality healthcare.
Four Core Ethical Principles in Nursing
(3 days ago) Dr. Stacey Rosenberg joined SNHU as an adjunct faculty in 2014 and transitioned to the role of associate dean of faculty early in 2018. She is a board certified adult health clinical nurse specialist and a certified nurse educator with clinical experience …
What is a Magnet Hospital
(1 days ago) A Magnet hospital is a medical facility considered the gold standard for nursing practices. Magnet hospitals are certified by the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center (ANCC) as institutions where nurses are empowered to not only take the lead on patient care but to be the drivers of institutional health care change and innovation.
What Are Advanced Nursing Degrees at SNHU
(4 days ago) There are many levels of specialty within being a nurse practitioner, including mental health, pediatrics or gerontology. As technology is increasingly integrated into the practice of medicine, the nursing profession is evolving to include specialties to support that. “Nursing informatics is a new and interesting specialty,” said Blevins.
Patient Safety Awareness Week
(Just Now) The theme for this year's Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 11- 17, 2018), sponsored by the Institute of Healthcare Improvement, is a culture of safety and patient engagement. These two critical issues continue to reflect the growing focus on prevention of errors in healthcare. Safety in healthcare has improved with advances in technology.
MSN in Healthcare Quality & Safety Online SNHU
(4 days ago) Become a Leader in Healthcare Quality and Safety. Become an advocate for change and develop skills to implement a culture of safety with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Healthcare Quality and Safety online program from Southern New Hampshire University.. The World Health Organization (WHO) has noted that, in high-income countries, 1 in 10 patients is harmed while …
16 Types of Nurses with Job Descriptions and Salary SNHU
(3 days ago) 12. Health Informatics Nurse Specialist. 2021 Average Salary: $91,590; Education Required: BSN, master's in health informatics, health care management or quality management preferred; Location: Information Systems department of healthcare organizations
Mental Health Degree Online Behavioral Health Courses SNHU
(6 days ago) Mental Health Career Outlook. The field of psychology – and mental health, in particular – offers so many options. "Depending on an individual’s interests, passions, career, community and educational goals, there really is an exceptional fit for most professionals,” said Dr. Nicole Martinez, an adjunct psychology instructor at SNHU.. Today, people with mental illness and professionals
How to Avoid the Freshman 15
(7 days ago) If you need help figuring out what an appropriate serving size is, check out the Serving Size Card from the National Institute of Health. Learn About Your Meal Plan: Not all college meal plans are the same. There’s a big difference between Dining Dollars and Fixed Meals (some of the types of meal plans often seen at colleges), so check out
Why There’s a Continued Demand for Nurses
(2 days ago) As the population ages, the number of health conditions, chronic illnesses and co-morbidities requiring healthcare services grow. These increasing healthcare needs require healthcare organizations to increase nursing staff to provide quality care safely. A third contributor is the pre-licensure nursing education capacity.
The Highest Standards of National Patient Safety Goals
(7 days ago) Additionally, many health plans are implementing pay for performance (P4P) programs to reward those healthcare providers and organizations providing the highest level of care. The goal of this shift is to improve patient outcomes, such as the decrease of hospital readmissions, providing a higher level of health and quality of life for patients.
Barbara Brophy Faculty Spotlight
(8 days ago) My primary clinical background is women and children’s health and the emergency department; however, I have worked in many areas of hospital and clinic nursing. One of my most favorite things to do as a nurse was patient teaching. I just loved being able to give the patient a sense of control over their own health destiny.
Licensure and Certification Disclosures SNHU
(2 days ago) SNHU’s MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is designed to prepare students to meet the educational requirements for licensure in most states with the exception of Kansas, Missouri, and Wisconsin. In addition to the 60 required academic credits, students must attend two 5-day residencies in New Hampshire and must complete at least
Food Security Internship Caps Student's Public Health
(Just Now) During her public health internship, master's degree student Heather Carbone searched for solutions to an issue with a city bus policy. At Southern New Hampshire University, we believe there are no limits to what you can do, what you can be, or what you can achieve. This is a university that goes the extra mile - so you can too.
Healthcare Administration Southern New Hampshire University
(5 days ago) SNHU's healthcare business administration program prepares you for a variety of roles, such as community health manager, health policy analyst, health promotion specialist, health services manager and medical services administrator. Eligible students can transfer up to 90 equivalent credits toward their 120-credit SNHU degree.
SNHU Launches Online Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program
(8 days ago) Similarly, SNHU's online clinical mental health counseling instructors and deans evaluate students and work with them on students' own emotional health. In that way, the program asks students to do a lot of self-reflection and self-appraisal of students, Wilson said.
Online Counseling Faculty SNHU
(1 days ago) She is a licensed mental health counselor in the states of Georgia and Florida, is a Qualified Supervisor in Florida and has been a licensed clinician for 15 years. As a counselor, Perjessy has expertise in working with adults, adolescents, college students and couples, using humanistic, postmodern approaches to therapy.
What is Social Change and Why Should We Care
(6 days ago) Sociologists define social change as changes in human interactions and relationships that transform cultural and social institutions. These changes occur over time and often have profound and long-term consequences for society. Well known examples of such change have resulted from social movements in civil rights, women's rights, and LBGTQ
What is Wellness
(5 days ago) According to Wilson (2018), the term wellness can be defined as "the process of actively seeking good health" (para. 1). Thinking about health in multiple dimensions such as in the physical, social, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial and occupational is a tenant of the current understanding of this term (Wilson, 2018, para. 1).