June 30, 2017
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From the Desk of the KAHCE President
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Spring 2017
Join Us in Wichita!
KAHCE Transition
Seven Sponsored Students Reflect on ACHE Congress
Membership Report
Advancing in ACHE - Part 2
Tapping Community Physicians for Innovation Ideas
6 Tips for Working With a Poor Team Player
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Officers
President
Roger Masse, FACHE
Ellsworth County Medical Center
Ellsworth, KS


President Elect

Judy Corzine, FACHE
Stormont Vail Health
Topeka, KS


Past President
Patricia Sanders-Hall, FACHE
The University of Kansas Hospital
Overland Park, KS


Treasurer

George M. Stover, FACHE
Hospital District #1 of Rice County
Lyons, KS

 

KHA Liaison
Melissa L. Hungerford, FACHE
Kansas Hospital Association
Topeka, KS


ACHE Regent

Janet Stanek, FACHE
Stormont Vail Health
Topeka, KS 


KAHCE Website
www.kahce.org
 


KAHCE LinkedIn
KAHCE Kansas Association of Health Care Executives

 

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Membership Report

Current Chapter Membership: 388

Current Fellows: 87

What are the benefits of connecting to the KAHCE chapter?

Connect to Network

There is no better time to expand your network. When you get involved with KAHCE, you'll find a number of opportunities to connect with healthcare leaders at every career stage.

  • Strengthen your leadership skills as you share experiences, challenges and successes with new professional contacts, mentors and friends
  • Develop relationships with executives who share your commitment to your community
  • Meet local healthcare associates at your chapter meetings and events
  • Increase your local professional contacts
Connect to Learn

Now more than ever you need to make the most of every resource to become a more effective professional. KAHCE provides a wide variety of educational programs and events–close to home–designed to fit your professional development goals schedule and budget.

  • Attend KAHCE's educational programs without incurring hefty travel expenses
  • Earn ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits that count toward earning or recertifying your FACHE credential
  • Make recommendations to KAHCE and get education on the topics that meet your needs
Connect to Advance

Whether you're just beginning your career, are in transition, or on the path to earning your FACHE credential, KAHCE is here to help! Take advantage of the career management tools and local resources to help you advance to the next level.

  • Participate in information sessions and study groups for the FACHE credential
  • Network with local executives for future opportunities
  • Attend local education programs to earn ACHE credits towards advancement
Connect to Lead

When you're ready to take on new leadership roles, KAHCE is ready to support you. Take advantage of volunteer opportunities, career management resources and educational programs close to home to develop crucial leadership skills.

  • Serve on a KAHCE committee or task force
  • Volunteer for leadership opportunities locally
  • Be recognized as a leader in the community

Help welcome our newest members and membership renewals:

March

  • Jo D. Clepper, RN, Leawood
  • Susan E. Cullen, Manhattan
  • Nikki Davies, Junction City
  • Sarah Gideon, Topeka
  • Kevin E. Johnson, Colby
  • Chad Yeager, RN, Topeka

April

  • Lisa J. Bruni, Mesa
  • Salah Najm, MD, Lawrence
  • Pamela C. Parham-Vetter, MD, Parsons
  • Glen R. Porter, Liberal
  • Todd Turbes, Overland Park
  • Justin B. Wolinski, Eudora

May

  • Denise Cyzman, Topeka
  • Thomas D. Deringer, Baxter Springs
  • Jessica King, Garden City
  • Aruna Konreddy, Leswood
  • Linda C. Reed, Ottawa
  • Eric Spannenberg, Belleville
  • Craig W. Storck, DC, Overland Park
  • James Thompson, CPA, Fairway
  • Rachelle White, Salina
  • Dani Zoorob, MD, Fairway
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