Fund for Innovation

THE FUND FOR INNOVATION IN HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP

Educational Programs Offered Through the Fund

Donations to the Fund are also used to establish educational programs that promote or build awareness around key areas of focus designated by the Fund. This year, ACHEs Fund for Innovation in Healthcare Leadership is presenting the two educational programs to prepare leaders for the changing healthcare environment. The first, "The Journey to Value-Based Care for Population Health: Sharing, Scaling and Replicating to Accelerate Results," was held on Aug. 11 in conjunction with the Washington, D.C., Cluster. The second program is as follows.

“Ethical Leadership in Uncertain Times”
Tuesday, October 28
8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
In conjunction with the Salt Lake City Cluster

Sustaining and strengthening a focus on doing the right thing every day, everywhere is an enduring challenge for even the most ethical organizations. It is a challenge made even more difficult as stress and uncertainty mount in this time of fundamental change and uncertainty.

Jack Gilbert, EdD, FACHE, will lead this proactive half-day session exploring effective, intentional and practical ways healthcare leaders can address the ethical dilemmas they encounter. A selected group of healthcare leaders will share their experiences with ethical challenges while serving as discussion leaders on topics including: how organizational ethics are created and eroded; the link between ethical decision making and organizational performance; and institutionalizing ethical wisdom. Learn more and register at ache.org/Ethics.

Scholarships

The Fund also continues its focus on inspiring tomorrow’s leaders by offering scholarships for ACHE’s Senior Executive and Executive Programs.

Some ACHE Executive Program scholarships are underwritten in part by Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc.

Programs qualify for ACHE Face-to-Face Education credits.

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Please contact Timothy R. Tlusty, vice president, Development, at (312) 424-9305 or ttlusty@ache.org, for more information.