Tag Archives: Health Care Management Program

4 Ways iPad® Will Change the Way You Learn

With the roll out of the fall quarter, Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud joins other MSB campuses across the state in implementing a digital initiative in every classroom by equipping all students to learn with a personal iPad®. The initiative is part of the college’s Education User Experience,  a technology-driven adaptive learning model that provides students
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How to Make a Walk in the Park Matter: Relay for Life!

Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud participated in the American Cancer Society’s all-night Relay for Life for the fourth consecutive year at the Sartell Bernick’s Arena. This annual event to support cancer research reflects the college’s “We Care” mission. But this year, the fight cancer message came across particularly loud and clear in the form of
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Is the Public Clueless about Health Care Reform?

Health care reform has been a hot topic for quite some time now and the issue impacts all of us as students, employees and parents.Yet, the average person knows very little about what is happening inside of the health care industry. Why is that? Health Care Management Program Chair, Michael Zdychnec, understands this dilemma and
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Gyros and The Who: Staffers Reveal Their Favorites

With a new quarter comes a new opportunity to share with our readers information about two of our wonderful staff members at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center campus.  It is our pleasure to introduce you to Aldina Korman, administrative assistant, and Michael Zdychnec, executive chair of the health care management programs. Meet Aldina Korman Aldina
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Health Care Management Students Monitoring ObamaCare in the Supreme Court

Those in the Health Care Management program are closely following the recent events of the Supreme Court in deciding the fate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare). The Affordable Care Act is our country’s most recent attempt to transform the health care industry and (regardless of the outcome) will be changing
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