The American College of Healthcare Trustees (ACHT) is a national professional association for health care boards of directors and other leaders. We support both current and aspiring board members by providing education, networking, and documentation of their preparation. We provide education and training to all people of good character who wish to increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities to effect improvement in health care delivery.
Our organization offers learning activities in the following broad subject areas. These include quality and safety, compliance, ethics, information technology, business decision making, principles of governance including the meaning of fiduciary responsibility, human resources, healthcare law, supply chain, innovation, and informatics.
Educational activities include conferences, distance-learning, white papers, and links to import monographs, and consulting. Robust discussion among Fellows and other conference attendees enhances learning, helps leaders resolve conflict and make difficult decisions, and stimulates cross-pollination of ideas, leading to innovation. Continuing medical education credits will be given for select activities through joint sponsorship with institutions accredited by the ACCME or AMA. CEU will be offered for select activities, too. Congratulations and a warm welcome to those who have become Fellows in the last few weeks. We are excited about your participation and intellectual contributions to the discourse.
We will be offering CME for our November 16-17, 2019 Conference, "Integrated Approaches to Pain Assessment and Management: Solutions to the Opioid Crisis". It will be held at The American College of Surgeons’ Conference Center - Washington, DC, at Dupont Circle. See the agenda for the Nov. 16-17th Conference
Our consulting operations are in full force. We can provide expertise in almost any facet of healthcare. If you would like to be one of our consultants or have suggestions about our new advocacy role, please contact Dr. Levien for a discussion. Dave can be reached at 844 322-4867 or email@example.com
If you have not yet become a fellow or wish to update your dues you can do that here.
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RefillWise can save our friends up to 80% on expensive prescription medication. Our Fellows get a big discount on our jobs and ad board. The American College of Healthcare Trustees WOW Health Plan Agency is looking to help practices, urgent care centers, and surgery centers accrue additional patients while at the same time improving transparency and facilitating affordability in the American health care system. Please contact Dave Levien at 844 322-4867 if you wish to add patients to your practice. If you wish to become an agent, please also contact Dave. Check out this website and then call Dave. We can likely save your hospital or your practice significant dollars in medical waste removal on a no risk basis and you can most likely keep your present hauler besides.
Also, you are likely paying way too much for credit card processing which in the average practice may be up to 20% of your business. Learn how to save big with USPAY Group. If you wish to add telehealth virtual visits to your regular practice workflow contact firstname.lastname@example.org and tell him you are a friend of The ACHT. If you wish to get a 10% discount afforded to ACHT Fellows for your master's program at LECOM Learn more about LECOM's Masters programs here in either bioethics or healthcare administration, and fill out a preliminary application here. If you register now for our conference, you can help us in our efforts to combat the scourge of drug abuse. What would make someone so desperate that they would harm themselves with these deadly drugs?