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

Message from the President - Fall 2010
"Talent Management" September Event-Highlights
Fellows Advancement Orlando Seminar Success
Upcoming Events
October is New Member Month!
ACHE of Central Florida Chapter Advancement Recognition
Message from the Regent - Fall 2010
News and FYI
Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn
Earn 1.5 ACHE Category I education credits
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)


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

Keith Lundquist, FACHE

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

Vice President
Lonnie Cahoon

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

Message from the President - Fall 2010
Keith Lundquist, FACHE

Celebrate October – New Member Month

Our Chapter Board recently voted to designate October as New Member Month. This means you have the opportunity to reach out to non members of the American College of Healthcare Executives and let them know about our organization as a way of encouraging them to join. New members in the following counties are automatically enrolled in the ACHE of Central Florida Chapter when they join: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole or Volusia Counties. Our chapter also receives a rebate of the member dues each year to help fund local educational events and activities for our members.

Not only do new members benefit from the valuable professional resources and connections that become available to them, but as a current member you also can qualify for free gifts for every new member you refer. The Leader-to-Leader Program allows you to earn points redeemable for reward items such as ACHE gift certificates or gift items emblazoned with the ACHE logo. When you are listed as the referral name on a new member application, you will receive credit for recruiting that new member when he or she becomes a member. You also can earn credits for encouraging a member to become board certified. To find out more about this program, go to this link:

There are multiple means of letting your colleagues, business associates, vendors and others know about ACHE, including:

  • Send an e-mail. The link below makes it extremely easy to send information about ACHE membership to someone. Just fill in the person's name and e-mail address and send it off. It’s that simple.                                                                            
  • Pick up the phone. Call someone and ask them if they have ever thought of joining a great professional organization. Follow-up with an e-mail message. Need recruitment talking points for potential members, go to this link:  
  • Take a potential member to lunch. Make an appointment with someone you believe would benefit from membership in our local ACHE chapter. Print out some of the materials from and bring them with you. You might want to download an application and bring it with you:

And remember, there are several categories of membership including: Student Associate (Annual dues of $75); Faculty (Annual dues of $115); and Member (Annual dues of $150 for the first two years).

Now is a great time to encourage others to consider membership in our organization that allows its more than 30,000 members to grow professionally, expand their career potential and be part of an international society of healthcare executives who are leaders in hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations.

Keith Lundquist, FACHE
ACHE of Central Florida

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Topic:  Health Information Exchange: Extending EHR Meaningful Use and Continuum of Care in Central Florida

Date:   November 16, 2010

Time:   6:00 P.M. Dinner Networking
           6:45 P.M. Program & Panel
           8:00 P.M. Q&A-Meet the Panelists

Location: Florida Hospital 
              601 East Rollins Street           
              Orlando, Florida 32804             


Andy Crowder, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Florida Hospital

Rick Schooler, Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Orlando Health

Dr. Karen van Caulil, Executive Director of the Central Florida Health Information Technology Initiative, the University of Central Florida's Regional Extension Center.

Moderator: Jan Moysey, Director Florida Hospital

Cost:  $10 for students, $20 for members, $25 for nonmember

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