Southern New Hampshire University

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Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration - Patient Safety & Quality (Online)

As more people require the services of the healthcare field over the next few decades, increased attention will be put on patient safety. In this fast-growing industry, there’s a need to focus on compliance, analysis and development of quality healthcare. Interpreting information on how patients are treated helps create needed change in policies and assists in preventing errors in the future.

By earning a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Patient Safety and Quality, you’ll learn basic management practices that focus on the patient experience, improving medical outcomes and reducing healthcare costs. The American Hospital Association identified improvement in the quality of patient care as one of the most important initiatives currently facing the industry. In response, SNHU worked with specialists in the field to develop this patient safety and quality healthcare program, one of only a few baccalaureate-level healthcare administration degrees of its kind.

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