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The College of Health Care Professions Launches First Online Bachelor’s Degree Program

Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 24, 2013

On the heels of their 25th anniversary kick-off celebration in May, The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) announces the addition of their first ever online bachelor’s degree program in Health Care Management. CHCP’s expansion plans highlight the demand for health care professionals in an ever-growing field. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects that by 2020 health services demand will call for a 29 percent increase in the health care industry’s work force.

A combination of general management courses with a focus on health care service areas, CHCP’s online Health Care Management bachelor’s degree program is designed to meet the needs of today’s employers. CHCP’s Online Health Care Management bachelor’s degree program concentrates on coursework essential for a successful career in the developing health care industry, including:

  •     Project Management
  •     Medical Office Procedures/Management
  •     Electronic Health Records
  •     Human Resource Management
  •     Business Communications and Report Writing

Students of the Online Health Care Management bachelor’s degree will learn the up-to-date methodologies in preparation for health care management job opportunities in a physician’s private practice, hospitals, group medical practice or long-term medical care facilities. The comprehensive online learning environment is taught by professors who are geared toward high-end professional development. Graduates will possess the foundation necessary to confidently enter the health care field as professionals in a variety of medical facilities across the country.

CHCP currently offers the following online programs: an associate’s degree in Medical Assistant (MA), Health Care Management (HCM) and Health Information Technology and Management (HITM). Now with the addition of the Online Health Care Management bachelor’s degree, four programs will be available to online students.

“For 25 years, CHCP has remained focused on making CHCP one of the best allied health care colleges in the United States. So we are pleased that after a quarter of a century of being a trusted, accredited professional college with dedicated students and teachers, we will offer an Online Health Care Management bachelor’s degree to students,” said Jon Emerald, CEO of CHCP. “This is a big year for CHCP, and we look forward to continuing our expansion into 2013-2014.”

In honor of its 25 year milestone, CHCP is launching internal and external campaigns, as well as continuing to expand their online program offerings to meet the changing demands of the growing health care industry. In April 2013, CHCP expanded its online program offerings to students in states outside of Texas for the first time.

For more information about the Online Health Care Management bachelor’s degree, please visit

About The College of Health Care Professions
The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) is an accredited College dedicated to providing students quality, personalized medical training for entry-level employment in the allied health care fields. Founded 25 years ago by physicians, CHCP offers a variety of medical programs focused on students attaining knowledge and proficiency through demonstration, hands-on operation of equipment and the practice of learned techniques. CHCP also provides continuing education and on-going professional development to the health care industry. CHCP currently has six campus locations in 5 cities throughout Texas: Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio. CHCP online programs are available giving students the flexibility to advance their careers on their own time. The College of Health Care Professions is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools. For more information about CHCP, please visit

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