American College of Healthcare Executives
Fall 2012
In This Issue

Regent's Message
Aloha from the Hawai'i Pacific Chapter President
Chapter Breakfast on July 11, 2012
Guam ACHE Networking Lunch a Success!
"Accountability for the Care We Provide" - A Panel Discussion on Nov. 8
Congratulations to New Fellows, Recertified Fellows and New Members!
Nominations for Chapter Board 2013
How to Address the Elephant in the Room
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)


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Links

We have a new LinkedIn site under the name Hawai'i Pacific Chapter of ACHE.  Please join us as we expand our social media outreach program to our members.  The purpose of the LinkedIn site is to create a forum in which to reach out and connect with other members for the purposes of advancement within the College, share subject t matter expertise to help with health care management challenges / issues and to share events happening within our chapter.


Chapter Officers

REGENT
Coral Andrews, FACHE
coral@hawaiihealthconnector.
com


PRESIDENT
Jen Chahanovich, FACHE
jen.chahanovich@palimomi.org   

PRESIDENT-ELECT
Martha Smith, FACHE
Martha.Smith@kapiolani.org

CHAIR, Guam Local Program Council
Robert Rawleigh
Robert.Rawleigh@med.navy.
mil

SECRETARY
Darlena Chadwick
dchadwick@queens.org

TREASURER
Lance Segawa, FACHE
lsegawa1@hhsc.org

DIRECTORS
Bobbie Ornellas, FACHE
bornellas001@hawaii.rr.com

Charlotte Hildebrand, FACHE
charlotte.hildebrand@us.army.
mil


Joanne Reid, FACHE
reidj012@gmail.com

Robert Rawleigh
Robert.Rawleight@mednavy.
mil

Steve Robertson, FACHE
SteveR@kapiolani.org

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Stan Berry, FACHE
sberry@shrinnet.org

STUDENT
Jen Dacumos
Jennifer.Dacumos@palimomi.
org
 

"Accountability for the Care We Provide" - A Panel Discussion on Nov. 8
Steve Robertson, FACHE

Healthcare in Hawai’i is about to change for all of us. As healthcare reform is drastically changing the landscape, healthcare leaders are preparing their organizations not only to meet the requirements outlined in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act but also to thrive in the midst of tremendous change. Among the many provisions outlined in the act, few have received more attention than the provision regarding accountable care organizations (ACOs). While the healthcare field is showing strong interest in accountability, much uncertainty surrounds the formation of ACOs.

Please join us to hear how three leading health systems are preparing for this evolution. Panel members will include Art Ushijima, President and CEO of The Queen’s Health Systems; Dr. Ginny Pressler, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer of Hawai’i Pacific Health; and Kathy Raethel, President and CEO of Castle Medical Center.

This panel will compare and contrast innovative approaches leading healthcare systems have taken, the challenges they have faced, and the keys to success to improve the quality and cost effectiveness of providing care. The panel will focus on Accountable Care, the impact of the recent Supreme Court Ruling, and the effects on future roles of doctors and nurses.

Date: November 8, 2012

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. 

Location: Queen’s Conference Center
(510 S. Beretania Street) 

Credits: 1.0 hours Face-to-Face Education Credit

RSVP: kvaldez@queens.org

                                 

 

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