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Winter 2019
Winter 2019
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From the Regent's Desk
Education and Events
Legislative Update - Layton, March 19
Panel Discussion Focusing on Telehealth - St. George, April 2
Executive Spotlight
Executive Spotlight: Taylor Cannon, MHA
Messages from our Chapter Leaders
President's Message
Advancements and Membership
Advancements Within ACHE
Welcome New Members!
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From the Regent's Desk
Amanda Choudhary, MHA, MA, FACHE
In January, our country celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It’s a day for celebrating inclusion, service, and the things that connect us all as humans.
 
Also in January my father had open heart surgery. After a couple days in the hospital, it started to become a joke and challenge on his care team that my dad insisted on finding a connection with every person who came into his patient room. “You’re from Vietnam! I’ve always wanted to go there!” and “You love music too! Have you ever heard of Steve Halpern’s healing station on Pandora?!”… and on and on.  Three days post-op my dad even said to his nurse, “it would sure be nice to talk to someone else who has been through this too.” Making connections was so important to him at such a scary time.
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Education and Events
Legislative Update - Layton, March 19
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Panel Discussion Focusing on Telehealth - St. George, April 2
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Executive Spotlight
Executive Spotlight: Taylor Cannon, MHA
Daniel J. Stoddard, MHA

Taylor Cannon is the Senior Director of Business Development for University of Utah Health. In this role, Taylor is responsible for expanding the University of Utah’s hospital affiliate regional network, identifying opportunities for strategic partnerships, growing and expanding telemedicine, and leading U Health’s physician relations team. Taylor started with the University five years ago and loves coming to work every day to develop access points and mechanisms for patients to receive excellent healthcare... Read more

Messages from our Chapter Leaders
President's Message
Josh Spaulding, MHA, FACHE

At the beginning of each year I typically review the goals that I’ve set for the previous year and evaluate my performance for both professional and personal goals.  I also formulate and set new goals for the current year. I feel this is a good process to perform as it allows me to have something to work towards as well as to see if I am making progress in both my professional and personal life. I encourage you to do the same.

Often, there are successes to celebrate, and equally as often there are things that I either fall short in or need to continue to improve on. Read more

Advancements and Membership
Advancements Within ACHE
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Welcome New Members!
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