Spring 2018
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Message from Your ACHE Regent - Spring 2018
Keynote Speaker Announced for the ACHE-WI 2018 Annual Conference
Introducing the ACHE-Wisconsin Chapter 2018-19 Leadership Development Program Cohort IX
Managing for Morale - Milwaukee Face-to-Face Event
Physician Leaders Accept Appointments to ACHE-WI Board
David Olson, FACHE, Installed as ACHE Chair
Board of Governors Exam Fee Waiver Campaign: March 1–June 30
6 Key Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2018
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Introducing the ACHE-Wisconsin Chapter 2018-19 Leadership Development Program Cohort IX

The American College of Healthcare Executives – Wisconsin Chapter is delighted to welcome the new 2018-19 Leadership Development Program Cohort IX. The group consists of: Nicole Aloia, UW Health; Luke Belter, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Benjamin Brenna, Cumberland Healthcare; Aaron Budd, SSM Health; Rachel Cabelka, Aurora Health Care; Tracy Keenen, Integrated Medical Partners; Carl Selvick, Fort HealthCare; and Brian Michalski, Clement J Zablocki VA Medical Center.

A kick off meeting was held at the Wisconsin Hospital Association Advocacy Day held in Madison on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.  The group had a chance to get to know each other as well as hear from Eric Borgerding, President/CEO of WHA and Kari Hofer, WHA’s new vice president of advocacy. The group then merged into the WHA Advocacy Day agenda including legislative visits at the Capitol. Special thanks to CEOs who took members to the Capitol with them: Ryan Neville, FACHE, ACHE-WI President-Elect and CEO, Memorial Medical Center; Mary Beth White-Jacobs, FACHE, RN, President & CEO, Black River Memorial Hospital; John Russell, President/CEO, Columbus Community Hospital; and Sandy Anderson, President of St. Clare Hospital.

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