Northern New England Association of Healthcare Executives - September 2016  (Plain Text Version)

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In this issue:
Message from the President, NNEAHE
•  End of Summer News
•  Message from Your Maine ACHE Regent - Summer 2016
•  Message from Your New Hampshire ACHE Regent - Summer 2016
•  Message from Your Vermont ACHE Regent - Summer 2016

Message from the President, NNEAHE

End of Summer News

Message from the President

Summer message

Where did summer go! It was a beautiful New England summer and I hope that all of you were able to enjoy at least a piece of it!

As summer comes to a close, your Board members and I have been working very hard at finalizing the agenda for our upcoming fall meeting and education day.  The theme this year is an important one: Patient Engagement/Experience.  We have a spectacular education event slated for Thursday November 3rd worth 6 face to face credits.  Registration is open now so please sign up as these 45 slots go quickly!

There will be a Board of Governor’s review course running concurrently with the education day that has proven to help many of our members to successful completion of their BOG exam. 

We will round out day one with a networking event right on site with hot appetizers and refreshments. J

Day 2, November 4th, is our annual meeting day.  It is full of a spectacular key note speaker, Tiffany Christenson, who is an inspiring advocate for Patient Experience, Legislative updates from all 3 states, a visit from Chuck Stokes from ACHE, and we will end the day with a free 1.5 face to face panel event surrounding Patient Engagement.

Please join us for some fun and great education in the beautiful Stowe, VT!

We have another event co-hosted with UNH:  Shaping the Future: Leadership and Public Policy in Health Care  

 It will be held on the UNH Campus and offers 3 face to face credits at the very low cost of $25 !!  So join us for this great event.

Please do not hesitate to reach out at any time.

See you soon!


Karen F. Clements, RN, FACHE

President, NNEAHE Chapter