Quarterly Newsletter of the Canadian Chapter of ACHE
Spring 2021
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Message from Your Board Chair
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Spring 2021
ACHE News | Q1 2021
New & Noteworthy in Canadian Healthcare
Resourcefulness: A Key Leadership Skill
Accomplishments Build Careers
Learning Corner
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2021 Chapter Officers
Chair

Todd Stepaniuk

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Vice Chair

Guy Bourbonnière 

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Treasurer

Leslie Benecki, FACHE 

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Chair, Audit Committee

Terry Fadelle

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Chair, Communications 

Francisco Grajales

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Chair, Membership & Advancement

Allan Katz 

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Chair, Programs

Shawn Drake

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Regent &

Chair, Nominations

Frances Roesch, FACHE 

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Upcoming Events
June 21, 2021: Approaching Crisis With A Different Mindset: Best Possible Solutions Will Emerge by Engaging All Without Fear or Favour
 
Roundtable Discussion and Workshop: Tuesday, June 1st, 2021,  0930-1130h EST
 
As the SARS-CoV-2 crisis has shown, prevailing approaches to crisis management have largely failed, as much at the policy level as the local level. The obvious question would be – if our approaches have failed, what are some of the underlying reasons, and how could it be done more effectively? This roundtable discussion/workshop will focus on looking at crises with a different mindset – one that seeks out to understand the interconnections and interdependencies behind a systemic problem and that a-priori explores how potential interventions may – positively and negatively – affect the system’s behaviour as a whole. This session brings together academic researchers who will lay the scholarly foundations and health system leaders who will share a series of case studies from the practitioner’s perspective. A lively exchange with cumulate in real-time application of complexity thinking principles. 
 
Register for this joint virtual conference session through the NHLC conference website or by emailing Natalija Svo or Shawn Drake.
 
 
May 31-June 1, 2021: National Health Leadership Conference
 
This conference is the largest national gathering of health system leaders in Canada and provides a forum for questions, debate and sharing strategies and solutions to the most pressing health system challenges.
 
This year’s theme is Adaptive leadership in complex times.
 
 
June 1-July 8 7, 2021: Virtual Board of Governors Exam Review Course
 
The Board of Governors Examination in Healthcare Management (BoG Exam) is a comprehensive multiple-choice exam testing 10 core healthcare management knowledge areas. This multi-week virtual  review course provides the opportunity to gain insight and information into all 10 core knowledge areas; explore effective test-taking strategies; review sample test questions; and gain a better understanding of the exam’s content, structure and scoring.
 
 
 
June 9-July 7, 2021: Service Line Planning: Developing a Consumer-Based Approach to Providing Quality Care

Two experienced healthcare executives will address how to evaluate your organization’s service lines by using tools to select areas for future growth such as a SWOT analysis, cultural compatibility assessment and market analysis combined into a weighted decision matrix. Areas of discussion include the internal and external criteria to be used in the evaluation and how to incorporate qualitative and quantitative metrics in this tool.
 
 
 
July 2-30, 2021: Key Financial Principles for the Nonfinancial Healthcare Executive
 
Even nonfinancial healthcare executives need to have a strong financial grounding to thrive in today’s challenging and ever-evolving economic climate. During this seminar, expert faculty will help you delve into the core financial principles every executive should know to make a positive impact on an organization’s financial performance. You also will gain a deeper understanding of how to converse and work with finance leaders. The information covered will help boost your confidence with making financial decisions. You will leave this seminar with a better understanding of the finance-related knowledge you need to lead a well-managed healthcare organization today.
 
 

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The Canadian Chapter of ACHE is an independent chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Vision: To be the professional association of choice for Canada's health leaders.

Mission: To promote exceptional professional development through partnerships, networks and access to national and international resources enabling health care leadership excellence.