April 3, 2017
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Message from Your ACHE Regent - Winter 2017
The Social Side of Emotional Intelligence: Bad Habits to Avoid
6 Ways to Boost Alignment and Improve Strategy Execution
Physician Integration Approaches
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HEF Welcomes New Members
Access Complimentary Resources for the Board of Governors Exam
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Chapter Officers

Elaine Charest, FACHE

Vice President:
Beverly Kujawski, FACHE 

Ralph Santiago

Benjamin Pease

Immediate Past President:
Paul Carnes, PharmD, FACHE

Access Complimentary Resources for the Board of Governors Exam

For Members starting on the journey to attain board certification and the FACHE® credential, ACHE offers complimentary resources to help them succeed so they can be formally recognized for their competency, professionalism, ethical decision making and commitment to lifelong learning. These resources, which include the Exam Online Community, the Board of Governors Examination in Healthcare Management Reference Manual and quarterly Advancement Information webinars, are designed to be supplements to other available Board of Governors Exam study resources, such as the Board of Governors Review Course and Online Tutorial.

  • The Exam Online Community is an interactive platform to learn and glean study tips from other Members taking the Exam. Participants can discuss Exam topics with experts and have the option to participate in study groups. Interested Members may join the Exam Online Community at bogcommunity.ache.org.
  • The Reference Manual, found at ache.org/FACHE, includes a practice 230-question exam and answer key, a list of recommended readings, test-taker comments and study tips.
  • Fellow Advancement Information webinars provide a general overview of the Fellow advancement process, including information about the Board of Governors Exam, and allow participants to ask questions about the advancement process. An upcoming session is scheduled for Dec. 10. Register online at ache.org/FACHE.

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