Key Competencies and Skills for Health Services Administration for Graduates Entering the Workforce

On today’s episode of Master Your Healthcare Career, we welcome Dr. Ashley Parks, Assistant Professor at Appalachian State University.  Prior to her time teaching, Dr. Parks served in community hospitals, large health systems, county departments of public health, health policy, and in health plans.

She has a doctorate in public health from the UCLA Fielding School, and masters degrees from Cal State, Georgetown, and Quantic School of Business and Technology. At Harvard Business School, she completed CORe, focusing on the credentials of readiness, business administration, and management.

Dr. Parks channels her passion for professional education and mentorship to help students craft career strategies. Her goal is simple: to enable students to be competitive in the employment market upon graduation. This perspective has guided Dr. Parks in her research, where she seeks to understand the core competencies and skills for students.

On Today’s session, Dr. Stanowski and Dr. Parks explore the key competencies and skills for graduates entering the healthcare workforce.  What do you need to know? What are the skills you need  to be successful in landing a job in healthcare?  What skills are necessary to be successful in that job? Listen in to find out.

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