June 2019
In This Issue
President's Message Spring 2019
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Spring 2019
Leadership and Professional Development
ACTIVE LPCs
Early Careerist Network
Philanthroypy and Community Relations
National News Q2 2019
In the News
News from ACHE National
Three Steps for Engaging Healthcare Providers in Organizational Change
Administrative Notes
Request for e-Newsletter Articles
Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)
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Chapter Officers
President
 Mary Anne Weidner, MHA
 
maweidner1@yahoo.com 
 
Immediate Past President
Roxanna Rose, MHA, FACHE

 
Secretary
Charlotte Hildebrand
 
 
 
Leadership and Professional Development
National News Q2 2019
Access to Career Resources Continues Following 2019 Congress  
Thank you to the nearly 100 volunteers who assisted hundreds of visitors to the Career Center at this year’s Congress on Healthcare Leadership. With their help, we provided approximately 500 career advising and resume review sessions.
 
If you missed the 2019 Congress, you can still access leadership assessments and other career management tools year-round by visiting ache.org/CareerResources. The resources available can help you advance your career, build your brand, develop your network and seek new opportunities. Whether navigating professional transitions or creating a long-term plan, everything you need to manage and develop every step of your career is a click away.
 
 
Your Resource for Consultant Expertise
The Healthcare Consultants Forum Member Directory is an excellent resource to help identify a consultant who meets your needs and has a specific area of expertise. The consultants listed in the directory are members of ACHE and its Healthcare Consultants Forum and have agreed to be contacted by those seeking more information about their services.
 
Please contact Liz Catalano, marketing specialist, at ecatalano@ache.org or 312-424-9374 for more information.
 
 
Save $200 on the BOG Exam Fee 
When you submit your advancement application by June 30, the $200 Board of Governors Exam fee will be waived.
 
Earning the FACHE® is the gold standard for board certification in healthcare management, so obtaining this coveted credential signifies hard work, dedication and commitment. We want to thank you for your efforts, which is why when you submit your completed application by June 30, along with the $250 application fee and all supporting documents, the $200 Board of Governors Exam fee will be waived.
 
If you are committed to standing out as a leader among leaders in healthcare management, learn about the requirements to sit for the BOG Exam and the complimentary resources available to help you prepare for it here.
 
 
Your Success Benefits Everyone
When you share the value of your ACHE membership with colleagues, you not only help advance the profession but can earn rewards as well.
 
Each time you encourage someone to join ACHE or help them earn their FACHE® you receive a reward point through the Leader-to-Leader Program. The more reward points you collect, the more rewards you can receive. When you help grow ACHE, you not only make a strong statement about your professionalism and leadership in the healthcare field, but you strengthen the organization. For more information visit ache.org/L2L.
 
 
Choice: ACHE's Tailored Professional Development Series
Choice offers the ability to tailor ACHE’s high quality, professional development programs, seminars and assessments specifically to your organization. This new customizable professional development series (formerly known as "On-Location") is designed to meet the educational needs and close the competency gaps within your group. Additionally, leading every ACHE program is a respected expert speaker, facilitator or author with a real-world perspective.
 
Choice programming means that clients receive the professional development needed, where it is convenient and with a cadence that works best for their organizations. During the planning phase, clients have options for who, what, where, when and how their programs are tailored. These programs, categorized in a meaningful way, focus on topics that affect executives and leaders in the healthcare industry today. Some of these topics include:
 
• Advancing Population Health
• Career Resource Management
• Care Delivery Management
• Employee Experience and Relationship Management
• Executive Leadership Coaching
• Fiscal Leadership and Management
• Governance
• Operational Advancement
• Physician Executive Partnerships
• Patient Experience and Consumerism
• Safety and Quality
• Technology and Information Analytics
 
As ACHE continues to advance both leaders and the healthcare management field toward excellence, we also strive to meet today’s challenges with bold new solutions. Choice is an example of that. For questions regarding Choice programming, the topics listed above or how we can help bring tailored professional development to your organization, please contact Catie Russo, program specialist, at crusso@ache.org or (312) 424-9362. Visit ache.org/Choice for more information.
 
 
Run for ACHE Regent
All Fellows who wish to run for election to serve on the Council of Regents must submit a letter of intent to elections@ache.org by Aug. 23. The letter of intent must include a current business title, business address, email address and telephone number. 
 
The Council of Regents is the legislative body representing ACHE’s more than 48,000 members. Serving as an elected official is a unique opportunity that allows you to exercise your leadership ability, share innovative ideas and act on behalf of ACHE members.
 
Elections will be held in the following jurisdictions:
 
Arizona
California—Southern 
Canada
District of Columbia & Northern Virginia
Florida—Northern & Western
Georgia
Illinois—Metropolitan Chicago
Maryland
Michigan & Northwest Ohio
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana
Navy
Nebraska & Western Iowa
Nevada
New Jersey—Northern
New York—Northern and Western
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania—Southeast & Southern New Jersey
Puerto Rico
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas—Southeast 
Vermont
Virginia—Central
Washington 
Wyoming
 
Visit the Official Notice for the 2019–2020 Council of Regents Elections for more information, or contact Caitlin E. Stine, communications specialist, Department of Marketing, at cstine@ache.org
 
 
Research Solutions Sought for 2020 Congress 
Authors can submit proposals to present their research at the annual Forum on Advances in Healthcare Management Research during next year’s Congress on Healthcare Leadership. The lead presenter of each selected proposal will receive a complimentary registration to Congress. Please visit ache.org/Congress/ForumRFP.cfm for the selection criteria and submission instructions. Submit your abstract, of up to 400 words, by July 10.

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