Winter 2020







Dear Healthcare Leaders,

It was very nice to have our members get together for our chapter’s early 2020 events including the Martin Luther King Jr Day volunteer event, the 12th annual Lee White Innovation Institute, and our annual Breakfast with the ACHE Regents. 

During the Breakfast with the Regents event, we had the opportunity to recognize our outgoing PA Regent, Allison Wilson-Maher. Please join me in thanking Allison for her service. We look forward to working with Michael George, who began his term as our PA Regent this month.

While several of our upcoming spring events are postponed, our chapter looks forward to reconvening for local events and education later in the year.

We appreciate all that each of our members is doing to care for their teams and patients during this challenging time in healthcare. ACHE has provided some supportive resources for leaders during the COVID-19 situation. Please see the link to the ACHE resources below in this newsletter.

Thanks for all that you do for our local healthcare community,
 

Emily Burrell, FACHE
President, HLNDV


From Our Members

Article: Liberia Overview and Challenges
by Fatorma Greene

Article: New Joint Commission Maternal Mortality Standards Encourage More Engagement Opportunities
By Melissa Fox, MHA, FACMPE 

Resource Center


Chapter Welcomes Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic as New PHO - From Member Services committee Read Here

Study Finds Population Health Strategies Can Improve Patient Experience & Reduce Hospital Stays by Dave Rubin Read Here
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