Thanks to our 2019 Title Sponsor:
Connect, Succeed, Learn, Advance and Lead! The Kansas Association of Health Care Executives is an independent chapter of the American College of Health Care Executives. KAHCE's mission is to be the professional membership society for health care executives in Kansas; to meet its members' professional, educational and leadership needs; to promote high ethical standards and conduct; and to advance health care leadership and management excellence. Membership in KAHCE is included with your ACHE membership. Join ACHE now at www.ache.org.
7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019
KU Fairway Auditorium, Clinical Research Center Campus
4350 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Fairway, KS
Diversity in healthcare management is of critical importance, and this factor must be recognized in the health care industry as organizations explore their recruitment processes. An increasingly diverse patient population can place pressure on health care organizations to reflect the communities they serve. Healthcare leaders also recognize that diversity brings fresh perspectives and skills provided by diverse employees that can help produce a bottom-line benefit for their organization, resulting in added value as well as competitive advantage. Often, there is a disconnect between an organization’s diversity initiatives and the ability to promote diverse workforce within all levels of the organization. Many c-suite executives and managers fail to understand diversity, its value, and the importance of identifying, developing, and advancing diverse talent. Building a diverse leadership team will help drive organizational success and enhance cultural competence. It is important for healthcare leaders to begin a realistic discussion about diversity and their responsibility in effectively encouraging diversity within their organization and integrating into strategic initiatives. Ruth Pullins, Chief Human Resources Officer, Truman Medical Centers will moderate our program. We also have a lineup of other area experts in healthcare diversity that will serve as our panelists.
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KAHCE offers several sponsorship levels, providing you with options to fit your budget and desired amount of participation. A description of the Sponsor Benefits is linked to the sponsor description below:
Title Sponsor – If you choose to be a Title Sponsor, KAHCE offers exclusive sponsorship within each sector of the industry. Sponsorship is awarded on a first come, first served basis and includes representation at all our events throughout the year, as well as other enhanced benefits. The investment at this level is $3,500.
Premier Keynote Sponsor - Premier Keynote Sponsors have the opportunity to provide a speaker who is an employee of your corporation with expertise and qualifications as a national presenter on healthcare policy, quality measures, population health management and/or patient care operations. The investment at this level is $2,500.
Exclusive Event Sponsor – This year, KAHCE is planning a Women in Healthcare Leadership Breakfast program as part of our Fall Event in Overland Park. This sponsor will connect, encourage, motivate, recognize and elevate women leaders of today and tomorrow. We are offering an exclusive sponsorship opportunity to include invitation for two company representatives as well as Event Sponsor benefits. The cost of sponsorship is $2,500.
Event Sponsor – An Event Sponsor has the opportunity to represent your company at one of two events in 2020. Our first is an exclusive educational event for senior healthcare executives, scheduled for April 30-May 1 in Manhattan, Kansas. The second is September 9 in Overland Park, Kansas in association with the Kansas Hospital Association Annual Convention. The investment at this level is only $1,000 per event.
If your company is interested in one of these sponsorship opportunities, we would appreciate your providing us your decision no later than Friday, December 20, 2019. If you need additional information, please contact Bob Bregant, Sponsorship Committee Chair, or Susan Cunningham, Kansas Hospital Association.
ACHE's new Education Calendar is a companion piece to the Seminar Catalog that affiliates receive in January. The calendar is distributed twice a year as an insert in Healthcare Executive magazine. ACHE's Education Calendar is an easy-to-use tool to help affiliates schedule seminars and special programs around their professional and personal commitments.
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