Long Term Care Administration

Long Term Care Administration

Long Term Care Administration

Long term care is a rapidly growing field with increasing demand for licensed administrators. As the population ages, the need for quality long term care increases and employment opportunities are expected to grow at a faster rate than many other areas of management. As health care takes on a more businesslike approach - think of names, such as “Health Management Organization” or “Managed Care Facility” - business degrees have become a professional necessity. Business oriented reforms in patient care handle the new demands of increased costs, human resource logistics, diverse economic considerations for patients, and insurance regulations. The Certificate of Technology in Long Term Care Administration program will help you develop the leadership and critical thinking skills to succeed in this unique business environment, while also focusing on the practical aspects of managed care.

The Certificate of Technology in Long Term Care Administration program offered by San Jacinto College-Central Campus is designed to offer the courses and internship hours required to apply for you to take the state licensing exam required by the State of Texas to become an assisted living facility manager. Questions regarding licensure and state exam requirements should be directed to the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) at 512-438-2015) or www.dads.state.tx.us.

The Certificate of Technology in Long Term Care Administration program is open to anyone who has already completed a Bachelor’s degree.

 

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