What's New at ACHE - April 23, 2014

  • ACHe-news – 4/10/14

  • Meet ACHE's New Officials

    ACHE's 2014–2015 chairman officers were installed at the Council of Regents Meeting during the 57th Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 24 in Chicago. The chairman officers are:

    Chairman: Christine M. Candio, RN, FACHE

    Chairman-Elect: Richard D. Cordova, FACHE

    Immediate Past Chairman: Diana L. Smalley, FACHE

    ACHE also welcomed four Fellows to the Board of Governors to serve a three-year term, and 27 Fellows to serve three-year terms as ACHE Regents.

    Read more about the 2014–2015 Chairman Officers and the Board of Governors.

    ACHE thanks those Board members and Regents who completed their terms in 2014 for their leadership and commitment to healthcare management excellence.

  • ACHE Has Taken Action to Eliminate "Heartbleed" Vulnerability

    As you may be aware, sites and services across the internet have been impacted by a recently discovered vulnerability in OpenSSL known as “Heartbleed.” OpenSSL is software that secures traffic between computers on the web.

    As your professional organization we value our partnership and want to make you aware of the action we have taken to ensure the security of our systems. Upon learning of the threat, we expeditiously reviewed all of our systems, concluding that ACHE’s exposure was limited. Steps were then taken to eliminate the vulnerability to our systems.

    We are not aware of any compromise (successful attack) of our systems or data; however, in light of the Heartbleed vulnerability, many experts are recommending individuals change their passwords on websites they frequent. If you would like to change your ache.org password, please use the "Change Username/Password" link on this page and fill out the form.

    Be assured ACHE takes proactive steps on an ongoing basis to secure member data. Questions about Heartbleed or ACHE's data security measures in general may be directed to Kimberly J. Mosley, CAE, vice president, Management Information Systems, and CIO, at (312) 424-9410 or kmosley@ache.org. Thank you.


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Host a Summer Intern to Cultivate Diversity in Healthcare Management

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.

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ACHe-LEARNING

Upcoming Online Seminars

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January 8–February 19, 2014

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February 19–April 2, 2014

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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.

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