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  1. Career Paths Murray J. Côté, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Director, MHA Program August 21, 2013

  2. Our mission The mission of the MHA program is to develop effective healthcare managers and leaders through education, research, and service to advance the health of all populations, especially rural or underserved communities. Career Paths

  3. Career paths • Where do you want to go? • Administrative fellowships • Directly into the healthcare industry in an entry-level position • Additional education Career Paths

  4. Our recent successes • At the Spring 2012 graduation, we had 24 newly minted MHAs • On the day of graduation, 21 of 24 had secured fellowships or employment • Within 30 days from graduation, we had 23 of 24 placed! • New fellowship placements for us included: UPMC, Dignity Health (California), Vidant (North Carolina), Palmetto (South Carolina) Career Paths

  5. Our recent successes (cont’d) • At the Spring 2013 graduation, we had 22 newly minted MHAs • On the day of graduation, 19 of 22 had secured fellowships or employment • New fellowship placements for us included: Cleveland Clinic, Mainline Health (Pennsylvania), John C. Lincoln (Arizona) Career Paths

  6. Administrative fellowships • Similar to residency program after Medical School • Range from 12-24 months in duration • Consist of various department/operational rotations and project responsibilities • Organization’s ability (and yours, too) to have an extended “kick the tires” on a prospective hire • 240-280 “formal” fellowships per year Career Paths

  7. Administrative fellowships (cont’d) • Consider Jason (Class of 2012) • Administrative Fellow and Process Engineer with Palmetto Health in Columbia, South Carolina (June 2012 to August 2013) • Operations Analyst with Tenet Health, Dallas (August 2013 to present) Career Paths

  8. Post-graduate employment • Variety of settings, mostly in the State of Texas • Start looking in January of graduating semester • We are getting better at career counseling and opportunities in this area • Alumni, personal contacts, LinkedIn, professional meetings, and FOPs Career Paths

  9. Post-graduate employment (cont’d) • Consider Jorge (Class of 2008) • Associate Administrator, East Texas Medical Center Gilmer (November 2008 to December 2009) • Administrator, East Texas Medical Center Gilmer (January 2010 to February 2013) • Administrator/Chief Operating Officer, East Texas Medical Center Gilmer and East Texas Medical Center Pittsburg (March 2013 to present) Career Paths

  10. What’s next? • It’s not just the degree, but what else do you bring to the organization Career Paths