66_A Preview of This Year’s ACHE Congress—and Why It’s a “Can’t-Miss” for Busy Leaders with David Bartholomew
There’s a lot going on in healthcare. There’s so much change, so many moving parts, and so many new ideas popping, it can feel overwhelming. That’s why the 2023 ACHE Congress on Healthcare Leadership—coming up March 20-23 in Chicago—is a perfect “time-out” for busy leaders. It provides a chance to network with peers, solve problems, form new partnerships, and build a much-needed sense of community with likeminded people. Plus, it’s hard to beat the energy created by bringing so many thought leaders and great ideas together in a single location.
In this podcast, Quint talks with David Bartholomew, the senior vice president for learning at the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). David shares insights from this year’s Leadership Congress and discusses some of the biggest trends in healthcare right now. Topics covered will include:
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David Bartholomew is the senior vice president for learning at the American College of Healthcare Executives. In this role, David oversees education and publishing strategy for the organization. For 90 years, ACHE has been focused on one mission: advancing leaders and the field of healthcare leadership excellence. It is the home to more than 48,000 healthcare executives who are committed to integrity, lifelong learning, leadership and diversity, and inclusion.
ACHE’s annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership remains the premier event dedicated to advancing healthcare leadership excellence. This year’s event is March 20-23 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago. Congress provides candid perspectives from leaders within and beyond healthcare on the most critical issues, as well as opportunities to network and see and be seen by some of the most esteemed leaders in the country. You can learn more and register at congress.ache.org.