Hawaii - Pacific Chapter of ACHE

Spring 2019 Vol. 1

Message from the Chapter President

Darlena Chadwick, MSN, MBA, FACHE

New Chapter President, Darlena Chadwick ushers us into 2019 and shares her strengthened passion and enthusiasm for healthcare along with its many challenges and opportunities. She invites all members to further energize the chapter through participation in chapter events and volunteerism.

Aloha,

 
It is my honor and pleasure to serve as your 2019 ACHE Hawai'i-Pacific Chapter President. I had the opportunity to attend ACHE Congress which has strengthened my enthusiasm and passion in the healthcare field. We face many challenges in the ever changing healthcare world though together we can make positive changes. 
 
Thank you for the dedication and commitment from our members and board leadership, which resulted in the recognition “Chapter Management & Awards Program Award for Chapter Excellence for 2018” for the Hawai'i-Pacific chapter at Congress this year. 
 
ACHE is committed to life-long learning, embracing the power of knowledge and how it drives positive change, within oneself and one’s organization. Our board has been working hard to organize educational and networking events to help support our members in their professional development and growth. Some upcoming events in 2019 include: Social Events, New Member Breakfast, Annual Chapter Breakfast, and AONL/HFMA Conferences.  
 
We welcome all volunteers to participate and be active in our chapter activities as it will take a team to achieve our goals. I look forward to seeing you throughout the year. 
 

Thank you,

Darlena 

Darlena Chadwick, MSN, MBA, FACHE
President, Hawai‘i-Pacific Chapter of ACHE
Queen's Health System
Office: (808) 691-4742   
dchadwick@queens.org

 

Article of Interest

Asia Pacific Military Health Exchange - 2018 Highlights

Kelly Wheeler, Army Regional Health Command-Pacific, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt

Since 1947, the United States Army Indo-Pacific Command and its assigned military forces serve to protect the United States (US), its people, and interests in the Indo-Pacific region. To do this, the organization works together with other US government agencies as well as US allies and partners not only for defense, but also to improve stability in the region through mutual security cooperation and contingency response, among other things.  
 
The Indo-Pacific region represents half of the world’s population and more than half of the global economy. It also has the world’s most populous democracy and the largest Muslim-majority state (Indonesia).  In countries throughout the Indo-Pacific region we also find countries that are ranked lowest by the World Health Organization for healthcare systems (Myanmar) as well as countries which present health security risks such as dengue or tuberculosis. Indo-Pacific countries also are along the “ring” of fire presenting risk of natural disaster that can contribute to increased health security risks.
 
Each year, leaders and members of the military medical community come together to share lessons learned and to discuss areas of opportunity to partner at the Asia Pacific Military Health Exchange (APMHE).  Now in its 4th iteration, the APMHE was held from 17-21 September in Xian, China.  The event was co-hosted by the United States Indo-Pacific Command Surgeon with the People’s Liberation Army of China Director, Directorate of Medical Services, Logistics Support Department and the Central Military Commission. 
 
The APMHE focuses on the entire military health team. The theme for 2018 was “Challenges and Solutions: Strengthening Global Health.”  Various tracks included support operations for major missions, rising challenges in military medicine, total force health, performance optimization in medical services, preventive medicine, and service component exchanges. Throughout the course of the event over 600 medical professionals from 30 nations and international organizations participated in more than 200 presentations on regionally-focused health issues ranging from humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HA/DR) to gender equality. Army Regional Health Command Pacific team members presented posters and presentations ranging from global health engagements to legal challenges related to informed consent. Hawaii Pacific ACHE member presentations were provided by Col Kara Gormont, the 15th Medical Group Commander and Ms. Kelly Wheeler, Process Improvement Specialist, Army Regional Health Command-Pacific.   
 
As healthcare administrators, we learn from colleagues that are near to us.  We can approach our work through different lenses when we seek to share our knowledge and expertise and seek to learn from allies and partner in the region to be able to better prepare and respond to the challenges and risks that we all face together.
 
 
 

Member Spotlight

Meet our new Military Representative

Col Kara Gormont, USAF, MSC
Introducing Hawai'i ACHE Chapter member, executive leader and Chapter Military Representative Col Kara Gormont. Col Gormont shares her view on the importance of establishing synergy and collaboration across all leaders working in healthcare and the community.

Aloha, 

I wanted to introduce myself as a new member of the Hawai'i ACHE Board of Directors. I am honored to have been selected to join this amazing team of healthcare leaders who are committed to improving healthcare on our island home. As the military representative to the board, I welcome an opportunity to reach across the Services to determine how I can represent the unique needs that we have as healthcare leaders. 

As transient healthcare leaders on a remote island in the Pacific, it is imperative that we strive to collaborate and build relationships quickly not just across our specific Services but also into our community. Our island’s healthcare resources are a network of supportive services that our beneficiaries rely on to care for themselves and their family members while living in Hawaii. 

It is our role as healthcare leaders to establish synergy and collaborative efforts across the healthcare community so when needed, these resources are readily available to our patients. I look forward to networking with you all over the upcoming year and discussing innovative solutions to our complex problems with the goal to improve the overall healthcare experience of our shared patients. We are fortunate to be here in Hawaii, and part of an ACHE Chapter which has an interactive and engaged group of healthcare leaders who share our responsibility of caring for our nation’s heroes and their families. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have ideas on how I can improve the outreach to the military healthcare administrators, better serve our leadership development, or improve the care of our patients. I look forward to serving in this capacity and am honored by your selection to represent you all. 

Mahalo!

Col Gormont 

Calendars and Recent Events

A Foodie's Report on ACHE 2019 Congress

Col Kara Gormont, USAF, MSC

There was more to Congress than learning and networking. Col Kara Gromont shares some of the gastro delights discovered.

Many of you might ask yourself why in the world would I leave beautiful Hawaii in March to attend ACHE’s annual Congress in frigid Chicago? That can be summed up in one word…FOOD! When the weather is so cold, what could be better than indulging in some of the wonderful restaurants Chicago has to offer? This year’s hotel was within close proximity to a wonderful Prixe Fix Spanish Tapas restaurant called Mercat a La Planxa. A variety of small plate delicacies was followed at the end of the already filling meal with a huge plate of paella loaded with pork, beef, and seafood. 
 
Mercat a La Planxa: Chef Diego’s Paella Parellada with shrimp, clams, calamari, spanish sausage, heritage chicken
 
Another amazing option is Duck, Duck, Goat. In their words they serve “reasonably authentic Chinese food.” I would say they do way better than that! Here we experienced the most amazing desert. This was a delicate crepe wrapped a small bit of vanilla ice cream with delectable fried outer layer and drizzled with hoisin sauce and sprinkled with cilantro. The mix of sweet and savory was indescribably perfect. 
 
Duck Duck Goat: (This food was so good we barely got pictures) Steam Soup Buns
 
After a visit to the Art Institute of Chicago a quick walk across the street takes you to The Gage where you can enjoy their “too large to put your mouth around” Bison burger. Before our seeing the Broadway play Hamilton, we chose a quick dinner at Nando's Peri-Peri Chicken, a chain restaurant that began its roots in Johannesburg, South Africa. They serve delicious, fast, food infused with the peri-peri pepper at every turn. Nando’s was so fast we had time for a quick desert so ran next door to The Goddess and the Baker
 
Goddess and the Baker: Carrot Cake with Rainbow cake in the background
 
You can see that there is no shortage for amazing food or cultural events while attending Congress. The week is so full of networking opportunities both during and after the formal courses, that a plan for the week prior to getting there is important. 
 
Goddess and the Baker: Cookies
 
If you are a planner, and a foodie, I have one more suggestion. Do your research early and make a reservation at one of the 22 Michelin Star restaurants such as Topolobampo while in the Windy City. The week will go fast and the options feel limitless. So as you are picking your classes next year also spend some time on your extra-curricular planning. Your time networking at Congress does not end with the last class so make sure you schedule some gym time too while you are there and enjoy!
 
Mercat a La Planxa: Flan with pistachio ice cream
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Calendar of Events

Calendar of events

April 2019
April
 
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04/01/19
Board of Governors Review
ACHE Special Program
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04/02/19
Board of Governors Review
ACHE Special Program
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
04/03/19
Board of Governors Review
ACHE Special Program
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
04/04/19 HFMA Annual Conference Local Chapter Event
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04/05/19 HFMA Annual Conference Local Chapter Event
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04/23/19 Spring Social Event Local Chapter Event
             














May 2019

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05/06/19 Leaders Conference ACHE Special Program



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05/20/19 Fellows Seminar ACHE Special Program
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05/21/19 Fellows Seminar ACHE Special Program
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05/27/19 Memorial Day Holiday
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June 2019

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06/17/19 Executive Program (Session 1) ACHE Special Program
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06/18/19 Executive Program (Session 1) ACHE Special Program
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06/17/19 Senior Executive Program (Session 1) ACHE Special Program
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06/18/19 Senior Executive Program (Session 1) ACHE Special Program
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06/25/19 New Member Breakfast Local Chapter Event
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Calendar of Educational Events

Upcoming Calendar of Educational Events

April 2019
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04/15/19 San Antonio Cluster ACHE Education Event
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04/16/19 San Antonio Cluster ACHE Education Event
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04/17/19 San Antonio Cluster ACHE Education Event
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04/18/19 San Antonio Cluster ACHE Education Event
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05/27/19 Memorial Day Holiday



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June 2019

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06/03/19 Kiawah Island Cluster ACHE Education Event
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06/04/19 Kiawah Island Cluster ACHE Education Event
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06/05/19 Kiawah Island Cluster ACHE Education Event
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06/06/19 Kiawah Island Cluster ACHE Education Event
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06/17/19 Puerto Rico Cluster ACHE Education Event
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06/18/19 Puerto Rico Cluster ACHE Education Event
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06/19/19 Puerto Rico Cluster ACHE Education Event
           

 

06/20/19 Puerto Rico Cluster ACHE Education Event

News & Committee Updates

News from the Education Committee

Kristen Croom, MLS(ASCP), MB(ASCP)

2019 launched with Face-2-Face credits available at the 2019 HFMA conference. The education committee and chapter board look forward to presenting a variety of education offerings to our local membership in 2019. 

Aloha Hawaii Pacific Chapter!
 
Happy New Year! 2019 is upon us and our chapter remains at the forefront to offer Face-2-Face of Qualified Educational Credits opportunities for you! The 2019 HFMA Hawaii Chapter Annual Conference was held on April 4-5 at the Hawaii Prince Hotel.  The conference was an opportunity for healthcare finance professionals from across the state to learn and network.  
 
The Hawaii Chapter of ACHE provided a 1.5 hour face-to-face session on the topic of sustaining a financially vibrant healthcare organization.  We were privileged to have Lara Yamada Hazenfield moderate the session.  Lara is currently the Physician Communication and Education Manager with the Queen's Clinically Integrated Physician's Network.
 
Our ACHE panel included:  Heidar Thordarson the Chief Financial Officer at Adventist Castle Medical Center, Crystal Busey the Director of Enterprise Risk Management at Queen's Health Systems, Col. Kara Gormont the Commander, 15th Medical Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam; and David Stumbaugh the Vice President of Supply Chain Management/Pharmacy at Hawaii Pacific Health.  The panel did an outstanding job discussing and communicating their organizations approach to handling the complicated world of healthcare finances.  It was a lively discussion with only one interruption by a smoke alarm!
 

Lara Yamada Hazenfield moderates the Hawaii ACHE Speakers Panel at HFMA 
 
The Hawaii Chapter of ACHE would like to extend a heartfelt Mahalo to the HFMA-Hawaii planning committee for including us in their meetings as this event would not be possible without our partnership with HFMA.  We are so very lucky to be partnered with such capable, passionate people and look forward to future HFMA-Hawaii events.  Additionally, we want to thank the Co-Chairs for the Education Committee, Kenny Morris from Stryker and Kristen Croom from Queen’s Medical Center. If you have any recommendations for future events or wish to volunteer on this committee please reach out to one of our team.  Contact Information is provided at the bottom of this article. 
 

With regards,

Jerome Flores
Incoming Chair, Education Committee

jeromeF@maunalani.org  

Kenny Morris
Co-Chair, Education Committee

Kenneth.morris@stryker.com

Kristen Croom
Co-Chair, Education Committee

kcroom80@gmail.com 

Josh Carpenter
Past Chair, Education Committee 

josh.carpenter@trane.com


News from the Guam Local Program Chapter

Geojun Wu, MHA

Geo Wu, GLPC Chair, shares GLPC's strategy to create opportunities to involve future healthcare leaders and leverage social media by way of a new Facebook page.

“Hafa Adai" from Guam!

It has been another busy quarter at Naval Hospital Guam with all the preparations for The Joint Commission and MedIG inspections. Over the course of a week, our hospital had the opportunity to highlight all the incredible things we do for our patients. While I am glad the inspections are behind us, we continue to improve and provide high quality care to our patients! If anyone has any questions about what the inspections are like, please feel free to reach out!

The Guam Local Program Chapter (GLPC) leadership is looking forward to our "invite-all" meeting in April as it is a great opportunity for Guam's healthcare leaders to connect and to be part of the ACHE community. This meeting will also welcome anyone aspiring to be a healthcare leader!

Our Treasurer, John Taitano, will act as our University of Guam liaison. The goal is to develop the position of student representative for college/university students and establish such a leadership role within the GLPC. Our vision moving forward is to provide and inform future healthcare leaders of opportunities they may not otherwise know about, whether it is local healthcare administration job postings, internships, fellowships, or volunteer experience. Finally, stay tuned for our new Facebook page with GLPC updates! Our aim is to link Guam's Healthcare Leadership community and build a strong network by means of our Facebook page.
 

Geojun Wu, MHA
President, Guam Local Program Chapter
USN, MSC, Naval Hospital Guam
671-489-2135

Student Corner

Rachelle B. Gallegos, Student Representative

Incoming Student Representative Rachelle Gallegos shares the wide range of career amenities available in ACHE's Career Resource Center. 

As part of your ACHE membership, student associates have the opportunity to access a wide range of career amenities. The Career Resources Center is available and offers complementary tools and resources exclusively designed to support early careerists for the professional advancement of their careers in Healthcare Management.    
 
Access ACHE’s Career Resource Center to explore the myriad of topics:
  • Advance Your Career 
  • Build Your Personal Brand 
  • Develop Your Network 
  • Seek New Opportunities 
  • Job Center 
  • Career Learning Center 
  • Products and Services Open menu 
 
Mahalo,
 
Rachelle Gallegos
Student Representative 
808-330-8817 (Mobile)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Membership Report: New Fellows, Members, and Recertified Fellows

Andrew Giles, Membership Chair

On behalf of the membership committee, I wish to thank all of you for your engagement and continued support to our chapter.

Aloha Kakou! 

We have some great educational and social events planned for 2019. We are also pleased to welcome the 4 new members who have joined our local chapter since January! Please reach out to Andrew Giles at Andrew.T.Giles@kp.org if you are interested in getting more involved with the Hawaii ACHE Chapter. 

Please extend a warm aloha to our New Members.

January
Ona Bohatch
CPT Danny C. Cooper
LTC Nicholas Song, BS, MHA

March
Jennifer Espiritu
COL Kelley L. Tomsett, DDS

Congratulations to our Recertified Fellows!

January
Darlena D. Chadwick, MSN, MBA, FACHE
Susan R. Murray, FACHE

Thank you,

Andrew T. Giles, Membership Chair
Kaiser Permanente - Hawaii Region
808-432-7960 (office)
Andrew.T.Giles@kp.org

ACHE Resources

ACHE National News

ACHE National News Press Release from December, 2018.

Take Advantage of Upcoming Face-to-Face Education

With 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 crusso@ache.org.

 

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.

Career Corner

In celebration of National Women's History Month, we are happy to connect you with valuable ACHE resources designed to address the unique career needs of women leaders in Healthcare Management.  We hope that you will find this helpful in the development of your career at any level. 

Tools and Resources for Women Executives


ACHE is committed to advancing diversity in the healthcare industry. We invite you to explore ACHE resources available to support the unique career development needs of women.  Take advantage of professional networks, studies and publications towards achieving success as a woman executive in healthcare leadership.

Professional Networks to get you started

According to a new study by the Center for Talent Innovation, a non-profit research organization in New York, being perceived as leadership material is essential to being promoted into leadership positions. Toastmasters International, a world leader in communication and leadership development, is one example of a professional network to support the development of your executive presence. Find a Toastmasters Club near you.
 
WHEN and HEG conduct educational programs to serve the professional development needs of healthcare executives, as well as sponsor social functions to provide networking opportunities.

Recommended Resource

Back in 2014 the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA held its tenth Thought Leader Forum, in San Diego, California in collaboration with the American Hospital Association (AHA), and TIAA-CREF. ASHHRA Thought Leader Forums provide a means for ASHHRA to gather information, insights and best practices regarding vital health care issues and trends and help its members successfully lead their organizations into the future. This summary is a strategic overview of the discussions, thoughts and insights emanating from this Thought Leader Forum.
 
Book Resources Tailored for Women

Take Charge of Your Healthcare Management Career: 50 Lessons That Drive Success

Written in a conversational, friendly style, the 50 lessons highlighted in this book broadly cover three major areas: managing yourself, managing your job, and taking charge of your career.

Work-Life Balance Assessment 

A self-assessment that measures an individual's approach for managing the boundaries between work and family.

Building an Authentic Leadership Image 

A guidebook published by the Center for Creative Leadership, includes a self-assessment of image-related behaviors, developmental exercises and a goal-setting worksheet to assist in this process.

 

Leadership Mentoring Network (LMN)

ACHE created the Leadership Mentoring Network to expand opportunities for learning and development exclusively for ACHE members. Fill out a mentee profile today to indicate your interest in being matched with a successful female healthcare executive.

Get Started

Prospective mentors and mentees must file a personal profile with ACHE's Career Resource Center so that the CRC may identify appropriate matches.

If you wish to become a mentor, please fill out the mentor profile form.
If you wish to become a mentee, please fill out the mentee profile form.

 

 

Disclaimers/Sponsors

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Thank you to all our Sponsors

The ACHE Hawai’i-Pacific Chapter is pleased to announce our valuable sponsors for this year. Our sponsors allow us to continue to offer high quality continuing education and leadership development to prepare Hawai’i’s healthcare leaders for the ever changing and challenging health care landscape.  
 
Platinum Sponsors
 
Hawai’i Pacific Health
Voalte
Kaiser Permanente
 
Gold Sponsors
 
Adventist Health, Castle Medical Center
Hawai'i Pacific X-Ray Corporation
Martti 
Nihon Khoden
TRANE (Ingersoll Rand Company)
 
Silver Sponsors
 
Cache Valley Electric
Philips 
The Queen’s Health Systems
 
 
Many thanks to our sponsors: