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December 07, 2021

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM 16 UCW DECEMBER 8-14, 2021 Are you passionate about help- ing people? Does the idea of being a leader in an industry that works to improve the lives of the people they serve sound exciting? If so, a degree in Healthcare Management Technol- ogy could be for you. e U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 32% increase in employ- ment of medical and health service managers from 2020 to 2030; there has never been a better time to pursue a Healthcare Management Technology degree. e Healthcare Management Technology program at Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) prepares students to improve business performance and customer service within medical facilities. e Healthcare Management Technology curriculum emphasizes planning, organizing, directing and controlling healthcare organizational objectives, including legal and ethi- cal environments. roughout the program, those enrolled will learn critical skills and attributes, such as developing strategies to address financial performance, identify- ing emerging healthcare issues and opportunities, ensuring federal and state regulation compliance, prob- lem-solving and leadership. Hospitals, public health depart- ments, clinics, physician practices and nursing homes employ health- care managers. Healthcare managers are respon- sible for the day-to-day operations of their facilities and ensuring that they run as efficiently as possible and work for both nonprofit and for- profit organizations. Because of the wide range of opportunities in this field, job responsibilities and wages can vary greatly. Healthcare continues to be a rapidly growing and ever-changing field with many job opportunities, especially now. e most successful managers will know the changes in health- care regulations and technological advancements. Healthcare managers must also remain current with the most recent healthcare policies and regulations to ensure facilities are compliant with all state and federal guidelines. If you enjoy helping others, a career in healthcare management can be an opportunity to work in the healthcare industry without a tradi- tional medical background. Students can complete this program 100% online. In addition to the degree in Healthcare Management Technolo- gy, FTCC offers the following certifi- cates: Healthcare Access Customer Service Specialist, Healthcare Access Financial Specialist and Long-Term Care Entrepreneurship. FTCC understands that better skills lead to better jobs with bet- ter pay. Healthcare Management Technology is one among many programs at FTCC that leads to a rewarding career with excellent pay. Spring classes begin on Jan. 10. For more information on the Healthcare Management Technology program, visit the FTCC website, https://www. faytechcc.edu and enter "Healthcare Management" in the search tool or email goldk@faytechcc.edu or (910) 678-8507. EDUCATION Opportunities avail in Healthcare Management Technology by KELLY GOLD Photo courtesy of Pexels KELLY GOLD, FTCC. COM- MENTS? Editor@upandcomin- gweekly.com. 910-484-6200. are partnering to provide you with opportunities to prepare for a new career! Train in the following areas at Southview High School. H.O.P.E. FTCC RE-CONNECT Better Skills! Better Jobs! Better Pay! For information, contact Gordon Belt: (910) 486-7354 • beltg@faytechcc.edu Fayetteville Technical Community College & Cumberland County Schools • Basic Electrical • Carpentry • Computer Applications • Employability Skills • HVAC • OSHA • Plumbing Register now for Spring 2022 classes!

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