ACHE 4th Annual East Coast Fellowship Event
- Business & Professional
- New York Presbyterian / Columbia University Medical Center’s Milstein Family Heart Center, New York NY
Please join us at our Frank Camerano Inaugural Memorial Luncheon and Lecture honoring the legacy of Frank Camerano. His contributions to the healthcare industry, our community, and his commitment to students and emerging professionals are immeasurable. As part of our commitment and intent to help our members GROW, LEAD, and INSPIRE, we would like to mark this event as our first in the series aimed at helping those seeking to grow in their field.
11:30am - Registration and networking
12:00pm - Lunch is served
12:30-1:30pm - Opening Remarks and Lecture
Kenneth E. Raske
President of Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA)
Kenneth E. Raske has been President of Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) since 1984. An expert on health care policy and finance, Mr. Raske plays a key role in shaping the health care delivery system and protecting hospitals from harmful funding cuts in Albany and Washington, DC. He has guided GNYHA’s hospital and continuing care members through decades of dramatic change in the health care marketplace, and has been the driving force in growing GNYHA to the nearly 250 hospitals and continuing care facilities, both voluntary and public, in the metropolitan New York area and throughout the State, as well as New Jersey, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, that it represents today.
Under Mr. Raske’s three decades of leadership, GNYHA has developed national expertise in the areas of government affairs at the State and Federal level; health economics and finance; managed care; long term care; emergency preparedness, and numerous legal, regulatory, and professional affairs including workforce and quality-of-care issues.
Mr. Raske is a frequent lecturer and commentator on health care topics. Before coming to GNYHA, Mr. Raske held positions as Senior Vice President and Deputy Director at the Michigan Hospital Association, Study Director at the American Hospital Association, and Research Associate at the American Medical Association.
Directions & Parking:
Please use Gates 3 & 4 to enter the University. Parking will be in Carnesecca Parking Lot.
For a complete list of directions, please visit: http://www.stjohns.edu/campuses/queens-campus/directions
**Due to limited seating for this event, please register early to reserve your spot.**
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This and all our programs and events are made possible by the generosity of our 2013-2014 HLNY Corporate Sponsors who are ardent supporters of the healthcare executive profession.
HLNY represents professionals who manage the business affairs of healthcare organizations throughout the New York Metropolitan area. No other professional association is more essential for meeting the career needs and interests of healthcare executives in New York State. The 1500+ members come together for networking and events, career advancement, professional enrichment, and continuing education. Our Leadership Team strives to make HLNY the pre-eminient organization for Healthcare Business Professionals in the Greater New York Area.
The HLNY Mission is to advance healthcare leadership and management excellence through professional enrichment and continuing education of our members. We support high ethical standards and conduct, and promote the mission of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Through HLNY, ACHE members have access to local professional development and networking events, mentoring, and career services which include a jobs data bank and resume support.
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