Session 1: August 5–6, 2013
Community Benefit Reporting, IRS Form 990 and the Mission of Nonprofit Healthcare
Compelling Communication: Creating Engagement, Understanding and Results
Key Marketing Strategies To Maximize Revenue and ROI
Power and Politics in Healthcare Organizations
Practical Strategies for Engaging Physicians
Session 2: August 7–8, 2013
Advanced Strategic Planning to Transform Your Organization
Comprehensive Leadership for Senior-Level Executives
Journey to Excellence: How High-Performing Healthcare Leaders Achieve Organizational Distinction
Managing Conflict, Confrontations and Disputes
Two-Day Seminar Details
Time: 7:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Credits: 12 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits
Tuition: ACHE member $1,325/Nonmember $1,530
The tuition fee covers one seminar selected from either Session 1 or Session 2. If you would like to attend two seminars, you will be charged two tuition fees. Due to the timing, you may only register for one seminar from each session.
Physician Executives Forum Program
A NEW one-day program designed exclusively for physician executives
Friday, August 9
8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
This inaugural Physician Executives Forum Program is designed to address the issues you face as a physician executive and arm you with the essential skills for organizational and career success.
Fax or Mail (PDF)
(Registrations accepted in the order they are received)
CANCELLATION To cancel or transfer to another seminar, please notify us in writing no later than Monday, July 22, 2013 for full credit or refund,
less a $100 nonrefundable processing fee per seminar. After July 22, all fees are forfeited; however, you may send a substitute if you cannot attend.
Limited number of tuition waivers available for this event.
The Ethics of Access to Care and Care Disparities
A program funded in part by the Foundation of ACHE’s Fund for Innovation in Healthcare Leadership
Wednesday, August 7
8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
The ACHE Code of Ethics provides a foundation on which our integrity as leaders and credibility as a profession are built. As health reform decreases the number of uninsured and defines mandated benefits, access to affordable care is challenged by limited community-based resources that provide preventive services, primary care access and ongoing care for the chronically ill. Healthcare providers and their organizations grapple with the need to increase the capacity to serve more patients, reduce health disparities and deliver better outcomes.
This half-day seminar, led by Joseph R. Betancourt, MD, will focus on the challenges of redefining services to provide greater access to healthcare and more equality in the outcomes of that care.
ACHE IS COMMITTED TO QUALITY
ACHE seminars are unmatched for their emphasis on quality. Before it’s offered, each seminar is tested by an audience of your peers—if they aren’t satisfied, the seminar isn’t presented. Seminars are also evaluated by participants after every offering. This ensures that each seminar continues to meet participants’ needs and expectations, as well as ACHE’s high standards.
YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED!
If, for any reason, an ACHE seminar or program does not meet your expectations, please contact the Division of Education within one week of the seminar, and we will issue a full tuition refund or credit toward another ACHE seminar or program.
- To qualify for ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits assigned to a seminar, you must attend the entire seminar.
- Your tuition includes all seminar materials and refreshments. If you have dietary restrictions and require a special meal, please call the Division of Education prior to attending your seminar.
- Dress for all seminar programs is business casual. Room temperatures may vary; we suggest you bring a sweater or jacket.
- ACHE programs are educational in nature. Self-promotion and selling are not permitted. If you have special needs that we can assist you with, please contact the Division of Education prior to the program.