A few health administration career options are health insurance specialist, social and community service manager, practice manager, and nursing home administrator. Job seekers can search for these and other available health administration jobs on Indeed.com and Monster.com, or on the website of a hospital, nursing home or similar health agency.Continue Reading
Health insurance specialists work to both develop and implement health insurance plans, and regularly work with medical records to this end. They may also work in coordination with other insurance agencies and health officials. Practice managers oversee physician and medical groups' health care practices.
Social and community service managers are involved in social health programs for communities and families. They frequently work in conjunction with community workers and community organizers. Nursing home administrators manage homes for the elderly, including staff, finances, building and ground maintenance, and the admittance of new residents. Some nursing home administrators manage a single home, whereas others are in charge of several homes in a given region.
Health administration jobs can be either public or private sector. Managers who work for the public sector work for an agency with connections to local, state or federal governments, such as government departments of health. Examples of private sector health businesses that employ administrators are health insurance companies and consulting firms.Learn more about Career Aspirations