Webinar: Empower To Heal: Afrocentric and Gender Affirming Approaches To Breast Health Care, hosted by NAHSE CT

Program Goal To develop an educational and interactive 1-hour program that centers on an Afrocentric + Gender-Affirming Approach to Breast Health Care that provides a different perspective on strategies to eliminate disparities in breast health outcomes among Black people. Program Objectives At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to: Describe contributory factors […]

2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership

Welcome to the Congress on Healthcare Leadership Join leaders from across the care continuum in-person at the 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership to gather solutions, tools and resources to advance healthcare in your organizations and communities. Select from more than 130 sessions to personalize your schedule. The safety of our Congress participants, faculty, exhibitors and […]

2022 Congress Member Networking Dinner

Attending ACHE’s 2022 Congress? Make sure to join fellow ACHE of MA Members, as well as our neighbors in Connecticut with CTAHE for a Member Networking Dinner on Monday, March 28, 2022 at Lou Malnati’s Gold Coast Location! Don’t leave Chicago without experiencing a traditional Chicago – Deep Dish Pizza and networking with fellow ACHE  Members!  […]

ACHE’s Virtual Leadership Symposium

Welcome to the Virtual Leadership Symposium You’re invited to this premier virtual healthcare leadership event. From the convenience of your home or office, over two days: Earn up to 6 ACHE Face-to-Face Education and continuing medical education credits. Hear from 90 faculty in more than 30 virtual live sessions. Gather solutions, tools and resources to […]

Saving Our Moms: Organizational Strategies to improve Maternal Health Outcomes, hosted by NAHSE Greater Boston Chapter

Recent data show that U.S. maternal mortality rates are rising, and Black, American Indian, and Alaska Native people giving birth are two to four times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than their white counterparts. Emerging data also indicate that implications of the COVID-19 pandemic may further exacerbate these disparities. With that being said, […]