Amanda Choudhary, MHA, MA, FACHE
As healthcare leaders, it’s important that we take care of ourselves to best address burnout in our teams and organizations. Just like on an airplane - put on your own oxygen mask before helping others.
UHE Education Day at UHA 2019 Fall Leadership Conference
Leading for Change: Creating a Humanistic Approach for Patient, Family and Staff Engagement
This seminar provides a unique opportunity for healthcare executives to build the leadership skills and knowledge needed to address patient-experience initiatives in their organizations. Through a series of simulations, case studies, interactive exercises and discussions, participants will experience healthcare from the patient’s perspective. This timely, experiential seminar will explore the guiding principles impacting the patient experience and examine the leadership skills and focus areas needed to effect this cultural change.
"ACHE is important to me so I can stay up to date on current trends, stay relevant in healthcare administration, learn best practices, and socialize with peers in healthcare. I always enjoy connecting with others in our field and helping in any way I can." - Brian Lines
Josh Spaulding, MHA, FACHE
This is a time of growth and new opportunities. Many of our student members are graduating from their respective universities and are embarking on the beginning of their professional careers. For others, there are increased responsibilities in current positions and maybe even transitions to new positions. Whatever the circumstances may be, now is a great time to take an assessment of where you are in your career, and determine what next steps you want to take to achieve professionally.
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