Social health, along with mental and physical health, is one of the key aspects to determine the general well-being of a person. Public health priorities necessitate an urgent need for a safe, efficacious, practical and objective cost-effective system with potential for prevention (pre-rehabilitation) with simultaneous real-time ability to clinically diagnose, treat (rehabilitation) and provide prognosis in of acute and CRMP management.
The role of a public health professional is to examine its levels in various aspects of society, thereby understanding different arenas of personal choice in the community and also look into environmental factors that affect and govern general health to develop proper programs can properly protect family and community health.
The three levels of prevention each have corresponding health programs: As for the primary level of intervention, Primary preventive measures would include educating, counselling, lifestyle modifications, health education programs for communities, wellness and fitness programs, mandatory immunization for children, environmental sanitation activities, the adoption other specific health practices and other programs geared towards the safety and wellness of the community.
A Master’s in Healthcare Administration has an entirely different focus: it approaches healthcare as a business, and aims toward teaching students how to increase organizational efficiency by evaluating policies and strategies and formulating new ones, becoming adept at the supervision and administration of healthcare organizations, coping with and staying on top of a competitive market, and more.
With a Master’s in Health Administration degree, you could find positions in a wide variety of settings, from hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living centers, and mental health institutions, to pharmaceutical companies, insurance firms, and nonprofit organizations, in various capacities.