Interview With ACHE's 2008-2009 Chairman by ProQuest


In an interview, David A. Rubenstein, chairman of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), talked about his new position. He joined the Army medical healthcare system because he knew he was going to be in the Army for a long time. This career has allowed him to help set the environment for the provision of quality healthcare in support of the US' treasure -- America's sons and daughters. At the most basic level, ACHE has made him a better healthcare leader. It has given him an ethical framework for making decisions, a source for continuing his education and development and a professional home. The executive's role always has been about leadership. Healthcare leaders inject the personal, proactive, experienced touch into healthcare systems that is necessary to ensure providers and their staff can give the very best care possible. His underlying objective is to ensure ACHE remains relevant and important to the success of healthcare organizations and systems by developing and sustaining high quality, credentialed healthcare executives.

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