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The Institute for Diversity in Health Management is looking for host sites to participate in its Summer Enrichment Program. The program places promising, minority graduate students in immersive internships at hospitals and medical centers, giving the students a real-world internship experience.
Acting as a host site in the SEP helps cultivate diversity among future leaders, allowing the healthcare field to better serve communities. Participation in the SEP also demonstrates that a hospital is committed to inclusive cultural diversity in the healthcare profession, and the facilities get an early opportunity to recruit these top students from accredited national health training programs.
To learn more, please visit the IFD's page for SEP host sites.
Ease Patients’ Transition to Post-Acute Care
The webinar “The Post Acute Care Continuum: Strategies and Partnerships” provides an overview of the post-acute care continuum, focusing on physicians’ and health professionals’ role in care management, the regulatory and payment environment, and the administrative challenges that appear when there are gaps in health service delivery. You’ll also see the importance of managing Medicare “days” for patients who will move to post-acute care providers and why silos in care management hinder effective and seamless transition.
Upcoming Online Seminars
January 8–February 19, 2014
A Review of Health Law: 2013 Update
February 19–April 2, 2014
The Post Acute Care Continuum: Strategies and Partnerships
December 18, 2013
Examine the Ethical Implications of Your Decisions
Good management requires making morally sound decisions and understanding the ethical implications for your organization, your community, your patients and your career. In HAP’s newest release, The Tracks We Leave: Ethics and Management Dilemmas in Healthcare, Second Edition, author Frankie Perry explains the kinds of management dilemmas and moral challenges that confront healthcare managers on a day-to-day basis.
Join ACHE’s LinkedIn Group
Join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn today to make new business contacts with other ACHE members and enhance your current relationships with a growing online network of leaders in the healthcare field. The ACHE Official Group is exclusively for ACHE members.
To join the ACHE Official Group on LinkedIn, you must first create a LinkedIn profile. Once you have completed your profile, you are ready to join your colleagues around the country. Learn more about ACHE’s social media resources and join today.