Member Center

Join an International ACHE Affiliated Group:

ACHE maintains affiliations with Healthcare Executive Groups abroad. They conduct educational programs and sponsor social functions and networking events for healthcare executives outside the U.S.

To join, go to the directory of affiliated groups. There you will see contact information for each area's president.

International Member Resources:

For more information on ACHE international resources, contact:

Megan R. Angelini
Senior Executive Fellow
(312) 424-9441
mangelini@ache.org

Directory of U.S. Hospital Partnerships with Foreign Hospitals

The purpose of this area is to provide a key resource for U.S hospitals seeking to initiate partnerships with foreign hospitals as well as offer hospitals with an existing partnership the opportunity to be a part of the Directory of U.S. Hospital Partnerships With Foreign Hospitals.

Access the directory.

Educational Programs

Self Study Program

Self-Study Program

HAP Books

ACHE Periodicals

"Are Hospitals Disaster-Ready? Lessons from Katrina One Year Later"
Feature articles by Jack O. Bovender Jr., FACHE and Bill Carey; and Havid�n Rodr�guez, Ph.D., and Benigno E. Aguirre, Ph.D.

INTERVIEW with Danny L. Jones Jr., FACHE, chief executive officer, Independence Regional Health Center and the Medical Center of Independence
Kyle L. Grazier
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:6

COMPETENCIES: Leadership
Andrew N. Garman, Peter Butler, and Lauren Brinkmeyer
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:6

Hospital Governing Boards: A Study of Their Effectiveness in Relation to Organizational Performance
Kathryn J. McDonagh
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:6

FELLOW PROJECT : Establishing and Sustaining Healthcare Operations in a Contingency: A Logistical Perspective
Lt. Col. Paul Martin
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:6

Implementation of the EPIC Electronic Medical Record/Physician Order-Entry System
Mary S.O Brien
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:5

The Roles of Senior Management in Improving Hospital Experiences for Frail Older Adults
Elizabeth H. Bradley, Tashonna R. Webster, Mark Schlesinger, Dorothy Baker, and Sharon K. Inouye
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:5

Task Overlap Among Primary Care Team Members: An Opportunity for System Redesign?
Richard G. Best, Sylvia J. Hysong, Jacqueline A. Pugh, Suvro Ghosh, and Frank I. Moore
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:5

COMPETENCIES: Communication and Relationship Management
Andrew N. Garman, Kristine D. Fitz, and Maria M. Fraser
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:5

INTERVIEW with Tony Kovner, Ph.D., professor, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University
Kyle L. Grazier
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:5

Nonclinical Outcomes of Hospital-Based Palliative Care
Kenneth R. White, Kristie G. Stover, J. Brian Cassel, and Thomas J. Smith
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:4

The Aging Nursing Workforce: How to Retain Experienced Nurses
Jeremye D. Cohen
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:4

The Importance of Middle Managers in Healthcare Organizations
Mari K. Embertson
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:4

COMPETENCIES: Professionalism
Andrew N. Garman, Rupert Evans, Mary Katherine Krause, Janis Anfossi
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:4

INTERVIEW with Larry Sanders, chairman and chief executive officer, Columbus Regional Healthcare System
Kyle L. Grazier
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:4

Interview with Richard D. Cordova, CHE, president and chief executive officer, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Kyle L. Grazier
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:3

PAY FOR PERFORMANCE: Aligning Financial Incentives
Kaveh Safavi
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:3

COMPETENCIES: Knowledge of the Healthcare Environment
Andrew N. Garman and Lac Tran
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:3

Healthcare CEOs and Physicians: Reaching Common Ground
J. Deane Waldman, Howard L. Smith, and Jacqueline N. Hood
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:3

Current Marketing Practices in the Nursing Home Sector
Judith G. Calhoun, Jane Banaszak-Holl, and Larry R. Hearld
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:3

FELLOW PROJECT: Developing a Strategic Contracting Strategy in an Integrated Delivery System
R. Lyle Luman
Journal of Healthcare Management 51:3

Advancing Strategic Planning in Healthcare
Feature articles by Alan M. Zuckerman, FACHE, FAAHC; and Donna K. Sollenberger
Commentaries by Peter M. Ginter, Ph.D. and Linda E. Swayne, Ph.D.; Kathryn Alexander; and Mark Parrington, CHE
Frontiers of Health Services Management 23:2