Engaging Medical & Health Services Managers
The healthcare industry as a whole is experiencing a higher demand for medical services as the large baby-boom population ages and people are remaining active later in life, and the increased access to healthcare for all Americans through the Affordable Care Act. The increased need for physicians and other healthcare workers, medical procedures, and healthcare facilities equates to a greater need for managers who organize and manage medical information and healthcare staff.
Medical and health services managers may oversee an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Their titles depend on the facility or area of expertise in which they work, such as:
- Consulting firms
- Health insurance organizations
- Healthcare associations
- Home health agencies
- Nursing homes
- Physician practices
- Mental health organizations
- Public health departments
- Rehabilitation centers
- Skilled nursing facilities
- Universities and research institutions
Healthcare is changing rapidly. Technology, legislation and academic advancements keep pushing it forward. Healthcare management requires talented people to manage these changes. Direct mail is a highly targetable and visually rich resource for recruiters to sell medical and health services management candidates on the opportunity to make a significant contribution to improving the health of the communities their organizations serve.