Welcome to the CTACHE Web Site
The Connecticut Association of Healthcare Executives Mission:
To be the professional membership society for healthcare executives; to meet its members' professional, educational, and leadership needs; to promote high ethical standards and conduct; to advance healthcare leadership and management excellence; and to promote the mission of ACHE.
REMINDER for Members to take the 2014 CT ACHE Membership Survey
You all should have received an individual email to fill out the survey. If you haven't already, please do so ASAP. Results will be available by September for the Chapter Leaders Conference, September 29-30 in Rosemont, IL. In 2013, ACHE received a 42 percent overall response rate to the survey. Individual chapter response rates ranged from 33 to 62 percent.
"Offering quality education programs is key to our mission. Networking and education sessions allow us to learn from our peers and other experts about current issues of interest. It has resulted in valued interaction and friendships with others in our profession as we learn from our experiences and are willing to share them with our colleagues".
Morris Gross, VP Engineering, Danbury Hospital
"Being a member of ACHE has provided me with the ability to communicate with colleagues and peers across many levels of the healthcare spectrum. Leadership and integrity are key elements of membership that have served me well over the past three years. Programs, training, and Chapter involvement provide many important tools for future advancement."
Gary R. Smart, Manager, Special Projects & Clinical Support, Yale-New Haven Hospital
"ACHE has allowed me to find a network of healthcare professionals who have a shared vision of promoting professionalism, encouraging continuous learning, and finding ways to enhance leadership skills; all of which are extremely important for today's healthcare executives."
Donna Daniels, Laboratory and Pathology Administrative Director, Eastern CTHealth Network
"When I was considering a career in hospital administration, it was an ACHE Fellow who introduced me to the field and has served as a mentor over the years. He modeled professional education, commitment to the field and what professional management is all about. ACHE has added great substance, collegiality and professional education to my life and hospital administration practice. I would recommend highly membership and fellowship in the ACHE. It will add to your career's success!"
Quinton Friesen, Executive VP/COO, Greenwich Hospital