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1 Professor, 2 Doctorates—Many Mummies

Gurnick Takes Health Education ‘Above and Beyond’: 1 Professor, 2 Doctorates—Many Mummies
By Cindy R. Chamberlin, Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts Once upon a time, people thought King Tut had been “done in by a blow to the head,” as Science put it in 2005. It was radiology that closed the book on that supposition and radiology that posited other causes–a broken femur that got infected, for one. And, it’s the specialized …

Promoting a Culture of Safety: A Crisis Communication Initiative

A Workplace Behavior Risk Assessment (WBRA) at Dr. Yurlene S. Dela Cruz's facility’s confirmed the increasing trend of disruptive behaviors that varied from verbal outbursts, physical threats, and physical assaults. Her mission? Create an environment where staff feel safe to address process failures and focus on the “why” of the situation and not the “who.”

Director Insights

Addressing Growth, Modernization, and Workforce Challenges

By Abraham Cicchetti The healthcare industry is undergoing a period of unprecedented change, driven by rapid growth, technological advancements, and evolving workforce dynamics. Healthcare leaders are at the forefront of managing these challenges, necessitating strategic approaches to navigate growth, modernization, and workforce development. This article provides an in-depth exploration of the quantifiable challenges faced by healthcare executives. It offers strategic …
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Equity & Access Updates from the National Stage

JEDI Collaboration
By La Toya Watkins It is truly inspiring to see the progress made to close the gaps in access and quality among patient groups with frequent health disparities. Recent efforts by The Joint Commission (TJC) and The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to address systemic issues that impact care are significant steps in the right direction. The JEDI …

Volunteer Spotlight | Robin Ply

Member Spotlight | Robin Ply
Robyn Ply, MHA is a volunteer with the Career Transition and Development Committee and the Mentorship program. Please tell us a little bit about what you've been doing as a volunteer, and why you chose to take that particular role: I am currently the Mentee Liaison Lead for the Mentor program, and starting in January, I will be taking over the …

Committee Updates February 2024

Committee Updates February 2024
Check out the latest from JEDI, Mentorship, Higher Education Network, and a tease at upcoming programming from the Local Programming Councils and Clinical Leadership Committee.

Events This Month (and this week!)

Meet new colleagues (and, on Wednesday, the CAHL board) and build your career and your network. Click each image for more details and for registration links.

Headed to ACHE? We'll see you there!

Click the image to register for our joint networking event.

Warm Welcome to New CAHL Members

Jacqueline M. Allen, MSN, RN
Kathleen K. Baust
Daniel A. Beltran
Sunitha Dharman
Martin P. Entwistle, MD, MBA
James Freitas
Gregory C. Gamble
Larry Gilmore
Amanda M. Giordano
Rahul Godula
Jon Haugaard
Teslim Ikharo
Jasleen Kaur, DHA
Rachel M. Key
Keegan Kirby, RN, MHA
Andrew Krause, MD
Earvin Ledi, MSN, RN
Cynthia W. Lee
Elizabeth M Vilardo-Morgan M. MBA, MD, MBA,
Jean Minton
Eric Mtika
Tolu Onofe
Magdalena S. Pruitt
Gary Ray
Heriberto Revuelta
Patricia A. Robles
Jonathan J. Russell
Sarah Sanderson
Bradley Schmidt
Husna Tayyab Shaik, BDS, MHA
Ramon Tran Tang, PharmD
Samuel Verdickt
Ilse R. Wiechers, MD
Jason Wong
Ann B. Yungert

Congratulations to New ACHE Fellows

Corina B. Clarke, FACHE
Nicholas Drews, FACHE
Bryan Jason D. Rivera, FACHE
Jen Sheldon, FACHE

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