Lessons From Robert S. Hudgens Memorial Award Winners

Monday, March 22
1:10pm2:10pm CDT

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Presented By

Rulon F. Stacey, PhD, FACHE

Director, Graduate Programs, Health Administration
University of Colorado, Denver

Mark Schulte, FACHE

Monument Health Sturgis Hospital

Colleen L. Kannaday, FACHE

Carle BroMenn Medical Center
About the Session

Former recipients of the Robert S. Hudgens Memorial Award for Young Healthcare Executive of the Year will discuss critical issues they face in their current positions and how healthcare executives can prepare to address those issues. Established by the Alumni/ae Association of the Department of Health Administration at Virginia Commonwealth University as a tribute to Robert S. Hudgens, ACHE’s first vice president, an elected office, the award recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of healthcare management and is given to an exceptional healthcare executive who is younger than 40, is a Fellow of ACHE and holds a CEO or COO position in a healthcare organization. Each speaker will address how ACHE, in general, and how receiving the Hudgens Award, specifically, helped to prepare them as leaders.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore real-time leadership challenges and successful strategies for addressing them.
  • Learn from industry leaders about the value of continuing education and the benefits of remaining connected to ACHE.

This session qualifies for 1.0 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credit. Attendees must participate during the scheduled time to earn ACHE Face-to-Face Education credit.