Who Should Attend:
Individuals who wish to demonstrate competence, credibility and dedication to healthcare management excellence and who meet or are working to meet all criteria of the FACHE credential.
19 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits
Strengthen your leadership
- Review key knowledge areas
- Apply test-taking strategies
- Identify knowledge gaps
- Earn education credit
- Gain confidence
Why a Review Course?
The Board of Governors Examination in Healthcare Management (BOG Exam) is comprehensive, consisting of multiple choice questions testing 10 core knowledge areas. To do your best on the exam, you need to be thoroughly prepared, and this 2 ½ day review course will help you. This course will provide you with a breadth of information across all 10 areas, as well as testing strategies, sample questions and a better understanding of the examination's content, structure and scoring.
Whether you use the course to set the foundation for your study or take it as the culmination of your review efforts, upon completion of this course you will be able to determine the areas you have mastered and where further study is needed—all in a systematic and enjoyable manner.
Special Bonus for Course Participants:
Participants in the review course will receive a waiver for the $200 fee to take the Board of Governors Examination. The waiver must be used within six months of the course date or at the live exam administration during the next Congress on Healthcare Leadership in Chicago.
Why Take the Exam?
Passing the BOG Exam is one step on the path to becoming board certified as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. With the FACHE credential after your name, you demonstrate your competence, credibility and dedication to healthcare management excellence.
To be authorized to take the BOG exam, you must first complete the FACHE application. Visit the Credentialing area for a complete list of Fellow requirements and to download an FACHE application.
(Note: You may enroll in the BOG Exam review course prior to completing a Fellow application.)