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American College of Healthcare Executives
Volume V Issue I
In This Issue

Regent's Message
President's Message
Student's Message
The Healthcare Executive's Role in IT Decisions
Category I Education
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Chapter Officers

President
Marti Jourden, FACHE
VP Performance Improvement/Chief Quality Officer
St. Anthony Hosptial

President-Elect
Ed Hamilton, FACHE
Strategy Development Director
Integris Health

Secretary/Treasurer
Tammy Powell, FACHE
Executive VP/Chief Operating Officer
St. Anthony Hospital

Directors:
Jim Leopard, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Wagoner Community Hosptial
Debbie Howe, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Weatherford Regional Hospital
Dana Chouteau, FACHE
Assistant Administrator of Quality Management
Integris Grove General Hosptial
Chuck Spicer, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
The Children's Hosptial at OU Medical Center
Rick Wallace, FACHE
Cheif Executive Officer
St. Mary's Regional Medical Center
Jim Grocholski, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Memorial Hosptial of Texas County
Zachary M. Smith
Student President
University of Oklahoma

Regent's Message
Gary Mitchell, FACHE

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"The Health Care Executive's Role In IT Decisions"

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President's Message
Marti Jourden, FACHE

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Student's Message
Zachary M. Smith

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The Healthcare Executive's Role in IT Decisions
Ed Hamilton, FACHE

With the rapid change in information technology, how can a healthcare executive stay ahead of the curve?  Read More

Category I Education
Marti Jourden, FACHE

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