Graduate Programs in Health Administration Adapt to Changing Landscape

In 2010, Wes Taylor shut down his Utah construction company, moved to Minnesota and entered graduate school to become a healthcare executive. Two years later, as he ended his program at the University of Minnesota, Taylor's job hunt began.

In pursuit of a management fellowship, he crossed the country to meet with executives of prominent health systems such as Kaiser Permanente and the Mayo Clinic. Again and again, Taylor was asked his opinion about the effects of the far-reaching healthcare reform law enacted the same year he entered school.

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Source: ModernHealthcare.com