Summer 2018
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Message from Your ACHE Regent
Earn 12 Face-to-Face Credits at the ACHE-WI 2018 Annual Conference
Coaching for Optimal Behavior - Milwaukee Face-to-Face Event
Green Bay Networking Event
LDP Visits Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Chapter Recognized with the Award for Sustained Performance
Run for ACHE Regent
Enhance Your Decision-Making Skills: 3 Tips
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Run for ACHE Regent

ACHE is beginning the election process for new Regents to serve a three-year term on its Council of Regents, the legislative body that represents ACHE’s more than 48,000 members. The Regent is the ACHE leader within a specified geographic jurisdiction elected by the voting members to represent the interests of members in the governance of ACHE and its chapters.

Recommended knowledge, skills and experience include knowledge of the programs, products and services of ACHE and the local chapter(s); knowledge of the local healthcare community including senior-level healthcare executives, state and regional healthcare associations; negotiation, influencing and policy decision/analysis skills; and personal organizational and planning skills. Go to the Member Center for full position descriptions for geographic Regents and federal sector Regents. The descriptions include a summary, scope of responsibility, meeting requirements and other commitments.

All Fellows who wish to run for election must submit a letter of intent to elections@ache.org by Aug. 24. The letter of intent must include a current business title, business address, email address and telephone number. If you submit your letter of intent and haven’t received confirmation of its receipt by Aug. 31, contact Caitlin E. Stine, communications specialist, Division of Regional Services, ACHE, at (312) 424-9324 or cstine@ache.org.

Elections will be held in Wisconsin.

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