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American College of Healthcare Executives
Summer Issue, 2010
In This Issue

ACHE of Central Florida May Event-Summary
ACHE of Central Florida March Event-Summary
Message from the President - Spring 2010
Upcoming Events
News and FYI
Message from the Regent - Spring 2010
Listening as a Key Leadership Strategy Component
Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn
Earn 1.5 ACHE Category I education credits
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)


Links

ACHE Home Page
ACHE Career Resources
HFMA Florida Chapter (Healthcare Financial Management Association)
FHA (Florida Hospital Association)
HIMSS (Health Information Management Systems Society)
Central Florida Message Board


Chapter Officers

President
Keith Lundquist, FACHE

Immediate Past President (also serving as Programs Chair)
Ken Peach, FACHE

Vice President
Lonnie Cahoon

Secretary/Treasurer
Karl Hodges, FACHE

Board Members
Daniel C. Honerbrink, FACHE
Brian Hudson
Robert (Bobby) McCullough
Timothy P. Menton, FACHE
Sandra L. Randolph, FACHE (also serving as Membership Chair)
Jan Moysey, Communications Chair

Nicole Jones, Student Representative

ACHE of Central Florida May Event-Summary

"Ensuring Your Community's Emergency Preparedness"
By Dan Honerbrink, FACHE

 

The ACHE of Central Florida chapter’s May 18th panel presentation on “Ensuring Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness” offered a rare opportunity to hear directly from ‘key’ Emergency Preparedness and Response experts...  Read More

SAVE THE DATE

Topic:   Talent Management for Bench Strength Development
Date:   September 21, 2010

Time:    6:00 P.M. Registration/Appetizer Networking
            6:45 P.M. Program & Panel
            7:45 P.M. Q&A-Meet the Panelists

Location: Sanford-Burnham Institute-Lake Nona

Panelists:

Thad Seymour, Vice President and General Manager Health and Life Sciences at Lake Nona Property Holdings

Cyril Doucet, Vice President, Administration for Sanford-Burnham Research Institute

Dick Finnegan, President of Finnegan Mackenzie, The Retention Firm

Moderator: Brian Hudson, SVP Avant Healthcare

Cost:  $25 for students, $30 for members, $35 for nonmembers

*Those in attendance will receive 1.5 Category I credit hours

 

 



ACHE of Central Florida March Event-Summary

Nearly 40 members and guests attended the March 30 dinner meeting of the ACHE of Central Florida to learn how to "Sustain a Financially Vibrant Healthcare Organization."

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Message from the President - Spring 2010
Keith Lundquist, FACHE

Regardless of the continued pressure for some type of healthcare reform, providers, insurers, suppliers and other stakeholders within the industry face unprecedented pressures...  Read More

Upcoming Events

  Read More

News and FYI

Manatt Health Solutions Releases “HITECH Revisited,” the First Comprehensive Review of the HITECH Act’s Implementation and key findings around electronic health record meaningful use.
  Read More

Message from the Regent - Spring 2010

March madness had dual meanings this spring. It was the 65 teams that squared off in the NCAA Basketball tournament and the signing of Patent Protection and Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010.   Read More

Listening as a Key Leadership Strategy Component

Successful leaders don’t talk all the time; they pay close and constant attention to the people they want to influence. If you want to do a better job of leading people, start by becoming the kind of leader your people feel comfortable talking to.  Read More

Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn

The ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn exclusively for ACHE affiliates ...  Read More

Earn 1.5 ACHE Category I education credits

Save on travel costs …participate from your home or office by phone and online

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Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)

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