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zone are two key strengths that would help me stay on track all the time. My short-term goal is to get promoted to a managerial position in my current organization and to achieve this goal, I have been multitasking by pursuing my Masters’ degree in healthcare administration and taking care of my family while working. All the Masters’ courses have nourished my knowledge in various topics like conflict management, effective recruitment and retention, organizational strategy development and innovation, making me a holistic healthcare administrator. My past, current educational and professional experiences have provided me a lot to learn and educate myself. My long-term goal is to establish my own healthcare IT organization that would provide services for different healthcare products creating a scope for need driven innovation. Conclusion My clinical experience as a physician, multitasking ability, interpersonal skills, and complex problem-solving ability along with attention to detail are few of my strengths that would help me pursue multiple careers as a provider, product analyst, and a healthcare administrator. Being compassionate and respectable to others are two necessary interpersonal skills to succeed in my field and I inherited them naturally. My extensive work experience, educational background, an insatiable penchant for knowledge and ability to handle conflict situations would make me a perfect person to be a healthcare leader, which is my long-term.
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