In This Issue
President's Message
Your Career & Development - JOB BANKS
Thinking about graduate school to advance your career?
ACHE: Become Board Certified in Healthcare Management
UW Executive MHA and Medical Management Programs
2014-2015 Officers and Board Members
Get Involved! WSHEF Board and Committees
WSHEF Vision & Values
ACHE Tuition Waiver Assistance Program
DELIVERY of WSHEF Newsletter (Disclaimer)
Fellow Spotlight: Kelly Malone, MHA, FACHE
Message from Your ACHE Regent
Eliminate These Poor Listening Habits
Five Methods to Engage a New Employee
President's Message
by Andrea Turner, FACHE


ACHE Colleagues-

Spring is in the air and I hope you have made time for some outdoor activity. I just returned from 2015 Congress and it was a great opportunity to meet with leaders from around the world and catch up with old friends.The Congress mobile app was easy to use and you could view/download all presentations. We hope to see you next year or at the Seattle Cluster July 13-16. If finances have held you back from attending note ACHE has tuition waivers available. It is an easy process to apply and you can’t win if you are not in!


Your WSHEF Board has been working hard to bring more events to you and we hope to see you April 27 for our Healthcare Reform program at the University of Washington. Face to Face credits are available. Also, mark your calendar for the Healthcare Futures Conference June 17 at Renton Technical College. We will be expanding our Meet & Mingle program in 2015- these events are fun to attend and easy to host. If you are interested in hosting in your area, please let us know!

This is my last President’s Message as I hand over our chapter to Dr. Karin Larson-Pollock. It has been an honor serving you this past year and I look forward to continuing my work with the Board as Past President. Each of our Board members, committee members, and student representatives are a pleasure to work with and I say thank you for all their support and leadership.

I look forward to meeting you at an upcoming event.

Serving to Heal, Honored to Serve.

Andrea Turner