A hallmark of the healthcare management profession is volunteer service to the profession and to ACHE. ACHE's Recognition Program (PDF) is designed to acknowledge your service to the healthcare management community.
Points are awarded according to various types of volunteer activities or services performed. In most cases, the points are awarded to each ACHE member automatically if the activity or service is conducted through ACHE.
In some instances, the activity or service is performed individually or locally in an ACHE chapter. These activities must be self-reported by March 31, 2013, to receive credit this year. Activities can include:
- Writing articles for a chapter newsletter
- Speaking at local education programs
- Being a mentor to another professional
- Serving as an informal advisor for Fellow candidates
- Chapter career assistance programs
Awards for the Recognition Program are given annually at each ACHE local chapter. Learn more about the Recognition Program.
To self-report your chapter involvements, visit my.ache.org and click on "My Volunteer Service" in the left-hand column. You will also be able to view the points you have accrued and the activities and services you have performed.
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Thomas C. Dolan, PhD, FACHE, CAE
President and Chief Executive Officer