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  • Re: 2. Promoting the Benefits of ACHE

    Recruitment and advancement could be aided if our program had a student ACHE chapter. Also, more involvement with our Regent or other local members would be beneficial. ACHE Fellows in the Charleston area could come guest speak to our program about their career and how ACHE has aided their progression.&nbsp; &nbsp; Philip Talcott Master of ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by PTalcott on September 9, 2012
  • Re: 4. ACHE Chapters and Students

    At our program&#39;s affiliated hospital, I&#39;ve heard from directors and executives that their graduate programs had Student ACHE chapters. They would use these student chapters to aid in fundraising to help students cover the cost of attending Congress. Currently, our school gives students a stipend to help send them to Congress, but the cost ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by PTalcott on September 9, 2012
  • Re: 5. Interaction Between Students and ACHE Regent

    In the year that I have been enrolled in my MHA program, I don&#39;t believe that our regent has yet visited. This could very well be because of geographic constraints though, as he lives and works over 200 miles away across the state. I feel that I would like to hear about what ACHE is doing within South Carolina, and how young professionals can ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by PTalcott on September 9, 2012
  • Re: 3. ACHE Membership Benefits

    I also feel that networking is an important benefit of ACHE. As I mentioned in the previous question, I believe that regional networking functions for young professionals would be beneficial. Also, I like the discounted ACHE student rates to attend Congress in the spring. Finally, the Healthcare Executive magazine does a great job to assist ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by PTalcott on September 9, 2012
  • Re: 1. Relationships With Student Associates

    I feel that if ACHE held quarterly, semiannual, or even annual luncheons or dinners for young professionals in the healthcare management profession, ACHE could use these opportunities to educate this demographic through guest speakers or something similar. Some chapters may do things like this, but I haven&#39;t seen it in my area. I don&#39;t ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by PTalcott on September 9, 2012
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