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David A. Rubenstein, FACHE

Clinical Associate Professor

Texas State University

David Rubenstein is a retired Major General who excelled leading at all levels of the Army Medical Department. His 35-year Army career ended as deputy surgeon general then as commanding general of the Army Medical Department Center & School and, concurrently, chief of the Medical Service Corps. General Rubenstein graduated from Texas A&M University and the Army War College and has a master’s degree in health administration from Baylor University. Among his many recognitions are distinguished alumnus status at two universities, listing in six who’s who publications, being twice included in Modern Healthcare’s list of 100 most influential people in healthcare and ACHE’s highest honor, its Gold Medal Award. He is Past Chairman of ACHE. General Rubenstein has authored numerous peer-reviewed professional articles and book reviews. He is a clinical associate professor of health administration at Texas State University. He is board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow.

Sessions

S06A – Tools For a Young Professional’s Toolkit: Making the Transition From Student to Executive

Presented by David A. Rubenstein, FACHE at 8:45 AM on Tuesday, March 24th.

This 2020 presentation of a session offered at Congress since 2014 will include updates and changes based on feedback from student surveys, the presenter’s personal discussions with attendees and current year research. The seminar is focused on providing tools for students who will shortly make the transition from student to executive. This session does not…

S06B – Tools For a Young Professional’s Toolkit: Making the Transition From Student to Executive

Presented by David A. Rubenstein, FACHE at 10:45 AM on Tuesday, March 24th.

This 2020 presentation of a session offered at Congress since 2014 will include updates and changes based on feedback from student surveys, the presenter’s personal discussions with attendees and current year research. The seminar is focused on providing tools for students who will shortly make the transition from student to executive. This session does not…