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Summer 2017
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President's Message
National News Q2 2017
Tapping Community Physicians for Innovation Ideas
6 Tips for Working With a Poor Team Player
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2017 Board Members
Michelle Bednarek, MHA, CHC, CPhT
(336) 663-5146

Olu Jegede, MD
(336) 832-4496

Robert Wallace, MHA
(910) 200-9589

Immediate Past President and Acting Education Chair
Katy Davis, MHA
(336) 663-5540

Sponsorship Chair
Erik Lilje, FACHE
(336) 327-2837

Audit Chair
Dave Jenkins, MA, MBA
(336) 832-7840

Membership Chair
Don Huston, FACHE
(336) 832-7545

Education Liaison
Carol Vogt, Dr.P.H., MSN
(704) 945-7318

Student Associates
Amari Earley

President's Message
Michelle Bednarek
ACHE of the Triad,
I would like to begin by recognizing the success of our 3 panel, 4.5 face-to-face credit, event on May 19. The ambiance of that day captured exactly why we are in this organization: for leaders who care. All three panels pushed conversation of how to incorporate additional principles of empathy in how we lead. I thank you for attending and supporting this event. I look forward to the events we are planning for the remainder of this year...
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July 20, 2017, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
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Do you have ideas for topics you would like to see included in our education programs? Reach out to Katy Davis ( to learn more about how you can become involved!

National News Q2 2017
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Tapping Community Physicians for Innovation Ideas

 Community physicians who work outside major medical centers represent a wealth of expertise that could guide innovation efforts if mobilized, according to Adam O. Kadlec, MD, a board-certified urologist at Western Michigan Urological Associates. Kadlec provided tips to help inspire community physicians to get more involved... Read more

6 Tips for Working With a Poor Team Player

 Working with someone who isn't a team player is not just frustrating, it can also negatively affect an entire group's performance, according to a recent Harvard Business Review article. Read more

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