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Gidget Ruscetta, BSN, MBA, FACHE
Darlena Chadwick, MSN, MBA, FACHE
Andrew Giles, MBA
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Micah Ewing, MBA, FACHE
CHAIR, GUAM LOCAL COUNCIL
Suzie So-Miyahira, MPH, MBA
Emiline LaWall, MA
James C. Lin, MD
Col Kara Gormont, BSN, HSMP-MHA, FACHE
Travis Clegg, FACHE, MBA
Nick Hughey, RN, MBA, FACHE
Laura Bonilla, BSN, MA, FACHECarolyn Voulgaridis, JD
Take Advantage of Upcoming Face-to-Face EducationWith educational seminars available throughout the year, find the in-person professional development that fits into your schedule.
Exclusively for ACHE Fellows, gain insights and strategies to improve patient care and business results during the 2019 Fellows Seminar, May 20–21. Those interested in earning the FACHE® credential can prepare during the Board of Governors Examination Review Course in Chicago, April 1–3.
ACHE offers the 2019 Leaders Conference in Boston, May 6–7, for up-and-coming leaders who want to enhance their skills, and the three-part Executive Program and Senior Executive Program for healthcare executives looking forward in their careers.
ACHE also has upcoming seminars focusing on physician/executive partnerships, value-based care, negotiation and more in San Antonio, April 15–18; Kiawah Island, S.C., June 3–6; Puerto Rico, June 17–20; and New York, July 29–Aug. 1.
JHM Interview President/CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
Michael O. Ugwueke, DHA, FACHE, president/CEO Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, Memphis, Tenn., shares his professional journey from Nigeria to the U.S. Read the interview in the March–April 2019 issue of the Journal of Healthcare Management, which is now available online. This latest issue also includes:
- The impact of forced cultural assimilation on Native
Americans' health and well-being, and how cultural sensitivity can
change health outcomes in these communities.
- The value of ethical audits and how they alone are insufficient in ensuring ethical cultural practices.
- Relevant research on how health insurance literacy affects
consumers’ experiences, the financial impacts of Medicaid expansion on
hospitals, the implementation of PHR among CEO priorities and reducing delays in on-time surgical starts.
Read the full issue or browse past issues at ache.org/journals.
Join One of the Most Exclusive Healthcare Executive Programs
The Executive Program and Senior Executive Program invite you to learn, share and grow, and earn dozens of ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits. Both
programs—to be held in Chicago, San Diego and Orlando—feature
three-session formats of compelling content and practical leadership
strategies. The sessions include case studies, personal assessments,
panel discussions and site visits.
The Executive Program
is designed for mid-level managers or director-level leaders seeking
broader management responsibilities and authority. You can earn over
49 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits. Senior-level executives who
strive to become more visionary can register for the Senior Executive Program, where you can earn over 52 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits.
For more information about the program content, faculty, program outcomes, tuition and other details, view the online brochure.
Registration for both programs is due May 1.
A limited number of scholarships are available for individuals whose
organizations are unable to fund their tuitions fully. The submission
deadline for scholarship applications is March 29, 2019. If you have questions, please contact Catie Russo, program specialist, at (312) 424-9362 or email@example.com.
Save the Date for Congress 2020
Mark your calendar for March 23–26, 2020, for the next Congress on Healthcare Leadership, Hyatt Regency Chicago.
For those who attended this year’s Congress, thank you for attending
and contributing to the great energy. If you were unable to attend, ACHe-news,
beginning next week, will run snippets of the week’s events, including
videos. A full wrap up will be included in the May/June issue of Healthcare Executive magazine.
You Can Apply for an ACHE Graduate Student Scholarship
The application process for the 2019 Albert W. Dent and Foster McGaw student scholarships opened on Jan. 1, 2019. Offered annually, both are awarded to outstanding students enrolled in health services administration graduate programs. Each scholarship is worth $5,000. ACHE awards up to 15 scholarships every year.
Do you meet the requirements to apply? Visit the Albert W. Dent and Foster G. McGaw Graduate Student Scholarship web pages for more information. Applications close Mar. 31, 2019.
Postgraduate Fellowships: Creating Future Leaders
Give back to the field by offering a postgraduate fellowship in your organization. ACHE’s postgraduate fellowship portal
gives you the tools you need to develop a fellowship, including
detailed resources on logistics, compensation and benefits, recruiting,
onboarding and assessing fellowship candidates.
Organizations also can post their opportunities in the online directory of Postgraduate Administrative Fellowships Listings, increasing their visibility with students seeking postgraduate administrative fellowships on a national level.
Whether you are an organization in the development stages of
creating a fellowship, a student seeking a postgraduate administrative
fellowship or an organization ready to post or update a current listing,
you will find everything you need by visiting ache.org/Postgrad.
Earn Qualified Education Credits with Self-Study Courses
You can learn anytime, anywhere with Self-Study courses and earn six hours of ACHE Qualified Education credits.
Topics include finance, administrator-physician relationships,
leadership, management, quality and strategy. Review the detailed list
of courses offered, along with corresponding Health Administration Press books, course pricing and credits for each.
Right now, take advantage of this special offer: Buy one Self-Study
course and receive a second course at 50 percent off (phone orders
only). Place an order today.
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