CAHME-Modern Healthcare Student Subscription Benefit

Modern Healthcare Partners with CAHME to Offer a One Year Complimentary Classic Subscription to all Students of CAHME Accredited Programs.

Through Modern Healthcare, CAHME is offering a yearlong complimentary subscription to all students of CAHME accredited programs. This includes:

Action Item for Programs:
This benefit is available only to students that are enrolled in CAHME accredited programs. To activate this benefit, send a student roster in a Microsoft Excel file to Neel Pathak at npathak@cahme.org. The roster should include the following information about students:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • School Email Address
  • Program Type (residential/executive/online/hybrid)

Deadline:  The deadline to submit your completed roster to CAHME is September 16th, 2016.

Next Steps:

  • CAHME will aggregate student information from all accredited programs and relay the information to Modern Healthcare for due processing.
  • Modern Healthcare will then reach out to the listed students directly for any additional follow-up and to provide access to the subscription.
  • Student information provided to CAHME and Modern Healthcare will be strictly used only for the purpose of providing this subscription benefit and a discounted offer in one year.
  • The tentative timeline for the student subscription to take effect is by October, 2016.

Contact:
Neel Pathak
Director of Business Development at CAHME
npathak@cahme.org
301-298-1823

Modern Healthcare is the industry’s leading source of healthcare business and policy news, research and information. Modern Healthcare reports on important healthcare events and trends, as they happen, through their weekly print magazine, websites, e-newsletters, mobile products and events. Modern Healthcare magazine is ranked No. 1 in readership among healthcare executives and deemed a “must-read” by the who’s who in healthcare.

CAHME’s Corporate Member ACHE Announces Career Resource Center for Students

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The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) is one of CAHME’s founders, and has been a longtime supporter of promoting the profession of healthcare management and the importance of accreditation in graduate healthcare management education. I recently met with ACHE President Deborah Bowen and COO Liz Summy, who told me about some new development for students.

ACHE’s Career Resource Center supports healthcare management professionals in advancing their career.  This year, ACHE announced the introduction of CareerEDGE SE, a valuable career planning tool which includes a five-step framework for career success specially designed for Student Associates of ACHE.

Faculty from CAHME accredited programs should feel confident in pointing to ACHE as an essential resource to students as they plan their career.  Needless to say, ACHE reinforces the value of the CAHME accreditation standard, and acknowledges that CAHME accredited programs meet clear criteria related to curriculum content and design, faculty and university resources, and career development and progress of a program’s graduates.

CAHME thanks ACHE for their support and is proud of our long partnership in the ongoing development of the profession of healthcare management.

Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE
President & CEO
CAHME

Press Release: CAHME and Baylor Scott & White Health Announce Award Program for Excellence in Quality Improvement Education.

Press Release: CAHME and Baylor Scott & White Health Announce Award Program for Excellence in Quality Improvement Education.

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ROCKVILLE, Md., August 8, 2016 / CAHME — Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas and the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) have announced a national award program to recognize CAHME-accredited graduate education programs.

The CAHME-Baylor Scott & White Health Award for Excellence in Quality Improvement Education is the first national award program to acknowledge excellence in quality improvement education in graduate healthcare management education programs. The CAHME- Baylor Scott & White Health Award will provide the recipient program national recognition in Modern Healthcare and will be honored at the CAHME Awards Ceremony held in conjunction with the American College of Healthcare Executives Congress in Chicago.

“We are proud to collaborate with Baylor Scott & White Health, a national leader in providing quality healthcare, to recognize programs that excel in incorporating quality improvement education in their preparation of future health care leaders,” said Anthony Stanowski, President & CEO of CAHME.

“The Institute of Medicine in their transformational reports Crossing the Quality Chasm and To Err is Human provided the framework for the essential components for quality health care and documented the prevalence of medical errors. Only a limited number of educational programs provide training on quality improvement in health care and fully prepare future leaders in health care to govern and lead quality improvement initiatives impacting the care received by patient in our communities. Baylor Scott & White Health is honored to collaborate with CAHME to prepare our future leaders to deliver STEEEP® (Safe, Timely, Efficient, Efficient, Equitable and Patient-Centered) health care.” said David J. Ballard, Chief Quality Officer of Baylor Scott & White Health.


Modern Healthcare
partnered with CAHME to be the exclusive media sponsor for CAHME Awards Program. Modern Healthcare is recognized as the industry’s leading source of healthcare business and policy news, research and information.

CAHME will release additional details about the award program and the nominations process on its website in September.

About CAHME:

CAHME serves the public interest by advancing the quality of graduate healthcare management education in the United States and Canada. CAHME is the only organization recognized by the Council on Higher Education Accreditation to grant accreditation to individual academic programs offering a professional master’s degree in healthcare management education. CAHME Accreditation is the benchmark for students and employers that ensure the integrity of healthcare management education. For more information, visit: Cahme.org

About Baylor Scott & White Health:

Baylor Scott & White Health, the organization formed from the 2013 merger between Baylor Health Care System and Scott & White Healthcare, is today the largest not-for-profit health care system in the state of Texas. With total assets of $9 billion and serving a population larger than the state of Virginia, Baylor Scott & White Health has the vision and resources to provide its patients continued quality care while creating a model system for a dramatically changing health care environment. The organization now includes 49 hospitals, more than 800 access points, more than 5,800 active physicians, 35,000 employees and the Scott & White Health Plan. For more information visit: BaylorScottandWhite.com

Media Contact:

CAHME: Neel Pathak | npathak@cahme.org | (301) 298-1823

Baylor Scott & White Health: Nanette Myers | Nanette.myers@BSWHealth.org | 214-265-3614

CAHME – Baylor Scott and White Health Award Program


CAHME and Baylor Scott & White Health Announce Award Program for Excellence in Quality Improvement Education.

With the Olympics beginning last Friday, we are reminded of how talent, hard work, dedication, a community, and commitment go into creating an Olympic athlete. The Olympics inspires us, not just because of winning performance, but because it holds a mirror to ourselves to remind us that we can be great within our own profession, within our own community, and with the help of others. Olympic athletes frequently talk about how they are part of “something bigger.” Similarly, CAHME programs are part of “something bigger.”

While not on the same world stage as the Olympics, CAHME created a series of awards that serves to hold up programs that are exceptional. These programs push themselves to be successful, in the same spirit as Olympic athletes.

This year, CAHME Awards expands to include the CAHME-Baylor Scott & White Health Award for Excellence in Quality Improvement Education. The goal of this award is to set benchmarks of excellence to inspire our students…our future healthcare leaders…to know the important role of systems and statistics, structure and organization, teamwork and individual perseverance… and in the words of Carl Couch, MD in “Accountable“, “to drive a sustained focus on and commitment to improvement in long-term health outcomes”. We are thankful to Baylor Scott & White Health for their support to make this happen.

To learn more about the new CAHME – Baylor Scott & White Health Award, review our press release.

Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE
President & CEO
CAHME

Create Healthcare Leaders Who Can Create The Change Required for Healthcare

46aea257-b729-4d36-98ae-cb65e0dd0d551During the July 2016 AHA Health Forum Leadership Summit, I had the opportunity to spend some time at the “Top of the Hyatt” with my friends Kevin and Jackie Freiberg.  They are best known for authoring the 1995 groundbreaking book, “Nuts! Southwest Airlines’ Crazy Recipe for Business and Personal Success.” Their latest book is called “Cause“, and it examines how to make a difference by serving a purpose far beyond the bottom line.
We talked about CAHME, and the Freibergs said, “CAHME is not about creating leaders who can work in a changed environment; it is rather about creating healthcare leaders who can create the change required for healthcare to meet the future needs of the communities served.”
This is a humbling task.  You accomplish it by working side-by-side to make each other better; CAHME is the conduit.  Program faculty and healthcare executives spent more than 105,000 volunteer hours last year on revising our standards, in accreditation council, on our board, on committees, and on site visits.  CAHME through our volunteers reinforces that working together as a community of scholars, we can make healthcare better by advancing the quality of healthcare management education.   That is our profession.  That is our cause.
I look forward to meeting our corporate members, healthcare organizations, sponsors, program faculty, and our students, as I continue to learn your perspective on the future of graduate healthcare management education.
Let me know what you think. I can be reached at astanowski@cahme.org, or at (301) 298-1825.
Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE
President & CEO
CAHME