American College of Healthcare Executives
Quarterly Chapter Newsletter Winter 2013
In This Issue

President's Message
From the Regent's Desk
Executive Spotlight: Bart Adams
Awards and Advancements
2013 Education and Events Calendar
Make Plans Now to Attend the 2013 Congress on Healthcare Leadership
ACHE National News - Winter 2013
Donít Let Toxic Beliefs Hold You Back
Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)


Links

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Chapter Officers

President
Kevin Johnson, FACHE
Mountain View Hospital

kevin.johnson@
mountainstarhealth.com


President-Elect
Open position

Past President
Bob Cash, FACHE
Intermountain Healthcare
bob.cash@imail.org

Secretary
Mark Moody
Intermountain Healthcare
mark.moody@imail.org

Treasurer

Jeremy Fotheringham
University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
Jeremy.fotheringham@
hsc.utah.edu

Make Plans Now to Attend the 2013 Congress on Healthcare Leadership

Changing Healthcare by Design

Join us in Chicago March 11–14 for ACHE’s 2013 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, the premier education event for healthcare executives. 

Congress allows you to make the most of your membership in ACHE and get the best value for your educational dollar. Gain the knowledge and insight needed to lead your organization through reform, including key approaches to providing greater access to care, increasing quality and patient safety, integrating technologies, enhancing workforce strategies and more.

Not only does Congress provide you with key opportunities to learn from experts in the field—it helps you connect with other healthcare leaders and advance your career. Join more than 4,500 of your colleagues for an event that offers education on current as well as emerging issues, more than 100 seminars, numerous career development programs and unparalleled networking opportunities.

The 2013 Congress will also feature:

  • NEW! Networking Exchange--Networking is one of the most valuable activities at Congress and this informal networking opportunity will allow you to do even more of it. The Networking Exchange lounge will provide a venue for participants to gather, share perspectives and discuss new approaches to the challenging aspects of healthcare leadership. Some of the tables in the lounge will designate current topics such as physician integration, patient safety and career advancement to serve as conversation starters. Optimize your Congress experience at the new Networking Exchange!
  • The Masters Series--Returning to Congress and featuring new faculty for 2013, the Masters Series is designed to showcase the approaches and outcomes of some of the healthcare field’s most successful leaders in four critical areas: physician integration, information technology, clinical quality management and leadership. The Masters Series includes four, 90-minute sessions, each featuring two presenters. Participants will learn from the expertise and real-world experiences of these “masters” of healthcare leadership.
  • Emerging Topics--Once again, ACHE is purposely leaving a handful of seminars open to make room for late-breaking topics. Please refer to ache.org/Congress for updates about these topics. Leaving these seminars open ensures that ACHE’s 2013 Congress is on the leading edge of changes as they occur.
  • Congress Express--ACHE also offers Congress Express, an innovative way to experience many of the benefits and features of healthcare’s premier education and networking event at a reduced cost—Wednesday and Thursday only. Congress Express participants still enjoy Hot Topic sessions, a luncheon session and a networking reception while earning up to 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits. With Congress Express, you can leave home after work on Tuesday, enjoy a full Congress experience on Wednesday and Thursday, and be back in the office on Friday morning.
View the complete Congress brochure online at ache.org/Congress.



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