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The online Bachelor of Science in Health Care Coordination prepares students to effectively coordinate resources to optimize individual health outcomes. Changes in the health care system place greater emphasis and financial incentives on preventing disease and maintaining healthy lifestyles. This has increased demand for care coordination services to assist individuals and their support teams.
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Through this degree program, you will have a thorough understanding of health care systems, community and public health, community resources, health education, and health advocacy. You will be prepared to collaborate with individuals, families and integrated multidisciplinary care teams to meet complex health needs while navigating current and future trends in public policy that affect the delivery of health care.
You will also learn models for health care coordination and concepts and practices to facilitate transitions of care. As a graduate of this program, you may find positions as a health care coordinator, health care navigator, health advocate, or health educator.