If you plan to pursue a non-clinical career, then make sure you're very familiar with technology. You'll be expected to use the computer very proficiently. E-mails will be constant. What's more - you'll probably be using a smartphone, Blackberry, or other type of mobile internet/e-mail device. Companies don't want to teach you how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.
If you don't consider yourself to be proficient, then take a class to get familiar with these programs. As a business executive, you'll be much more productive if you're familiar with keyboard shortcuts and other time-saving tricks. Take a look at Office Online to learn some simple tricks that may save you time in the office.