Events

Improving the Health Status of your Community
Friday June 23, 2017 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm
Olmsted Medical Center
* This has been approved for 1.5 ACHE Face-to Face Education Credits
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Description:
Please stay after the Regional Minnesota Hospital Association meeting or join us for Improving the Health Status of Your Community panel moderated by Wendy Burt, Vice President of Communications and Public Relations for the Minnesota Hospital Association. Three panelists will tell the stories of how their organizations have made impacts on the health of their communities and how these programs could be replicated across the state. Toby Freier of New Ulm Medical Center, Rachelle Schultz of Winona Health and Stephen Waldhoff of Mayo Clinic Health System.

While the future of health reform is uncertain, the health needs of our communities and our mission to meet them are not. Long term success of our organizations and the future of our workforce will require us to think critically about the impact of community health.

Learning Objectives:
1.    Identify community health needs and opportunities
2.    Explore successful programs for improving community health
3.    Identify opportunities for expanding, improving or developing programs within your own community


Board of Governors Exam Preparation and Volunteer Event
Wednesday June 12th 1:00pm-2:30pm Volunteer Event, 2:45-5:00pm Exam Preparation
Second Harvest Heartland
6325 Sandberg Road
Golden Valley, MN 55427
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Description:
Earning the distinction of board certification in healthcare management as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) signifies your expertise, experience and commitment to continuing education and professional development. Just as members of the medical staff are board certified, having the FACHE credential by your name indicates a level of achievement in the profession.

Join ACHE Minnesota members pursuing the FACHE credential and interested in learning more about the Board of Governor’s (BOG) Exam. We will review the components of the Exam, BOG-specific test taking strategies, and how to study for the Exam. Arrive early to volunteer at Second Harvest Heartland as we help pack food for distribution to area food shelters. This opportunity can be applied toward the community service component of your FACHE application.

Learning Objectives:
1.    Review the Exam’s 10 key knowledge areas
2.    Apply test taking strategies to sample test questions
3.    Identify areas to focus your additional Exam preparation


Board of Governors Exam Preparation and Volunteer Event (WEBINAR ONLY)
***You should only register for this event item if you plan on viewing the exam prep event online. There is another Eventbrite registration for those attending in person. We have limited space online, so please reserve this for those who are outside the Metro area – Thanks***

Wednesday June 12th 1:00pm-2:30pm Volunteer Event, 2:45-5:00pm Exam Preparation
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Description:
Earning the distinction of board certification in healthcare management as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) signifies your expertise, experience and commitment to continuing education and professional development. Just as members of the medical staff are board certified, having the FACHE credential by your name indicates a level of achievement in the profession.

Join ACHE Minnesota members pursuing the FACHE credential and interested in learning more about the Board of Governor’s (BOG) Exam. We will review the components of the Exam, BOG-specific test taking strategies, and how to study for the Exam. Arrive early to volunteer at Second Harvest Heartland as we help pack food for distribution to area food shelters. This opportunity can be applied toward the community service component of your FACHE application.

Learning Objectives:
1.    Review the Exam’s 10 key knowledge areas
2.    Apply test taking strategies to sample test questions
3.    Identify areas to focus your additional Exam preparation


Save the Date
Monday October 9, 2017
4th Annual ACHE-MN Conference & Meeting
Crowne Plaza, Plymouth, MN

This is an all-day conference.  Please check back at a later date for additional information on event registration, topics, the agenda, speakers, ACHE credits etc.

For questions or additional information you can contact the ACHE-MN Events Chair Diane Nanstad.  Diane_nanstad@premierinc.com

Hotel room information:
We are unable to hold a block of rooms for overnight guests as the hotel will charge the ACHE-MN a fee for any unused rooms.  If you would like to book a room please contact the hotel directly.

https://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/plymouth/msppm/hoteldetail