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Department manager jobs concern the daily operations of a department within a healthcare facility. Managers work closely with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare employees to ensure the department runs smoothly.

Depending on the department and facility, duties may vary. However, all department managers strive to improve the quality of their department. Typical responsibilities include managing patient billing, creating work schedules and ensuring the department is in compliance with laws and regulations.

To become a department manager, candidates should have at least a bachelor’s degree, though a master’s degree is often required. Degrees in health services, public health, business administration or a related field are preferred.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 22% increase in all medical and health services management positions by 2020, so the outlook for department manager positions is favorable. To find department manager jobs in your area, check out ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs. You can upload multiple versions of your resume and cover letter, making it easier than ever to customize your application. Visit today to get started.