Thanks for your guidance Abhudha.To remain in the medical field.
It depends on what you want to do and your skills in Math, Stat, computer, English W, spoken English could affect what you could exceed in the career.
In general, something that gives you license in healthcare is valuable in the US. Such as MD and DO. Physician Assistant program is attractive too! it is only 2 years. There is MS in Medical Informatics like Clinical Informatics in Uni of Texas, that will also use your doctor skills and knowledge.
Apart from that, 2-3 years MPH with the focus on Applied Epidemiology, Applied Health Informatics from Emory Rollins School of Public Health, Executive MPH program (it is online mostly and on campus only 6 days /semester) could be good or from other schools such as John Hopkins, Harvard, etc.
If you are good in Stat, SAS, R it helps for job and Epi focus on these in the analysis. My husband doing EMPH @Emory.
SAS certification can be done.
It is big data or real-time data era now. So mathematical related Analytical skills help.
Other MPH like Global Health, General MPH from top 5 universities in US would help too , I guess.
If you have the green card you can get US dept education loan.
Education is costly in US.
It depends on what will keep you happy.
I do not have much idea about MBA.
I will look into the courses you have suggested.
I was thinking of starting with BSN prerequisites, just to get an idea about the education system.
Also ACE BSN can be done in an year after completing prerequisites and MSN can be online later when kids grow up.
Though personally I also like PA better than BSN.
Will keep you posted