ACHE’s On-Location Programs Offer Customized Education On-Site
ACHE’s On-Location Programs
are customized ACHE seminars that can be brought directly to your organization.
ACHE will help coordinate faculty and produce materials; your team will
conveniently earn ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits.
On-Location Programs cover
a range of topics, including:
- Community health
- Facility design
management and administration
- Health systems
- Human resources and
- Marketing and
- Medical staff
- Public policy
- Quality and
Depending on the length of
the program, seminars are assigned 3, 6, or 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education
credits toward advancement or recertification in ACHE.
ACHE will work with organizations to build a program that suits
their needs. For more information, contact Catie L. Russo, program specialist,
Division of Professional Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (312) 424-9362.
Gain Strategies for Achieving Health Equity During Fund Program
Addressing disparities in care and improving health equity requires
leadership, vision, teamwork and an understanding of the problem and its
potential solutions. ACHE’s Fund for Innovation in Healthcare Leadership will
host a special program this November that will explore proven tactics for
advancing healthcare equity.
“Achieving Care Equity: The Ethical Imperative” will be held Fri.,
Nov. 11, in Atlanta following ACHE’s Atlanta Cluster. This half-day seminar
will provide proven strategies for building a sustainable and meaningful
equity-of-care strategy based on data that reflects the community and
marketplace. Senior leaders of progressive organizations will share their
journey toward eliminating racial and ethnic healthcare disparities and
achieving care equity.
During this seminar, participants will:
- Identify the challenges
posed by personal bias and assumptions
- Examine a
community-based approach to health equity that aligns healthcare
organizations, payers and community entities
leaders' roles in ensuring the provision of culturally sound care and
making cultural competency an organizational priority
Learn more and register.
Are You Due to Recertify
Your FACHE Credential in 2016?
Demonstrate your continued
dedication and commitment to lifelong learning by recertifying your FACHE® credential.
Visit my.ache.org (login required) to
learn when you are due to recertify. If you are required to recertify in 2016,
you will see a link to your personalized online recertification application.
Please submit this application no later than Dec. 31; include your Qualified Education
credits and your community/civic and healthcare activities.
For more information, please visit ache.org/Recertify. You may
also contact the ACHE Customer Service Center at(312) 424-9400 Monday–Friday
8 a.m.–5 p.m. Central time or email email@example.com.
Save Time and Money with ACHE Self-Study Program
Need to earn ACHE Qualified Education credits? Earn six hours by
completing a course through ACHE’s Self-Study Program. Self-Study courses are
portable and ready for you anytime—at home, in the office, and more. Topics
include finance, human resources, leadership and management. Take advantage of
ACHE’s special offer: purchase one self-study course and receive a second
course at 50 percent off. To review a list of available courses and
corresponding Health Administration Press books and to place an order, visit the ACHE website.
ACHE to Host Special Program for Physician Executives
ACHE’s Physician Executives Forum will offer a one-day educational
program this fall to provide an affordable opportunity for learning and
“Navigating the Perils of Value-Based Care Delivery: The Essential
Role of the Physician Leader,” ACHE’s Physician Executives Forum program, will
be held Oct. 8, 2016, at the Westin O’Hare, Chicago. Experienced physician
executives and those who are new to this role will gain a detailed
understanding of changes in the current healthcare environment, examine models
from high-performing accountable care organizations and lessons learned from
failed ACOs, discover implementation strategies for value-based care delivery
and discuss the importance of relationship building. For more information, or
to register, visit ache.org/PEProgram.
ACHE also offers curated
content for physician leaders from our ElevatingLeadership newsletter
and HealthcareExecutive magazine. View select
physician leader articles under the “Additional
Physician Resources” section of our physician leader website, ache.org/physicianleader.
Waiver Assistance Program
To increase the
availability of ACHE educational programming for Members experiencing economic
hardship, ACHE has established the Tuition Waiver Assistance Program.
ACHE makes available a
limited number of tuition waivers to Members and Fellows whose organizations
lack the resources to fund their tuition for education programs. Those in
career transition also are encouraged to apply. Tuition waivers are based on
financial need and are available for the following ACHE education programs:
- Congress on
- Cluster Seminars
- Online Education
- Online Tutorial
(Board of Governors Exam preparation)
- ACHE Board of
Governors Exam Review Course
All requests are due at
least eight weeks before the program date, except for ACHE self-study courses;
see quarterly application deadlines on the FAQ page of the tuition waiver
application for complete information. Incomplete applications and those
received after the deadline will not be considered. Recipients will be notified
of the waiver review panel's decision at least six weeks before the program
date. For ACHE self-study courses, applicants will be notified three weeks
after the quarterly application deadline.
If you have questions about the program, please contact Teri
Somrak, associate director, Division of Professional Development, at (312)
424-9354 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For
more information, visit ache.org/Tuitionwaiver.
Offering a Postgraduate
Fellowship? ACHE Can Help
ACHE would like to know if
your organization is offering a postgraduate fellowship for the upcoming year.
If so, we encourage you to add it to our complementary Directory of
Postgraduate Administrative Fellowships atache.org/Postgrad.
As a healthcare leader, you
know how crucial it is to attract and develop highly qualified professionals in
your organization. Gain exposure and start attracting top-notch
applicants by posting your organization’s program on ACHE’s Directory.
You may add a new listing or update a previous one at any time by completing
the Online Listing Form.
Questions? Please contact Liz Catalano, membership
coordinator at (312) 424-9374 or email email@example.com