Affiliation with one of NAHSE’s local chapters which allow for great educational and networking opportunities.
Annual Educational Conference with healthcare related programs and well-known speakers and eligibility for pre-approved ACHE Qualified Education credits (non-ACHE) for this program toward advancement, or re-certification in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
An annual CEO/Senior Executive program that focuses on the leader’s role in healthcare.
Young Healthcare Professionals Forum for students and early careerists.
On-Line Career Center for members to post their resume and employers to post positions that are seeking experience minority professionals.
Active membership shall be available to those persons of acceptable character, education, and financial activity who are experienced employees in the health services administration field or who have executive or administrative responsibility for health care delivery, including teaching, or who are engaged in planning, consultation, legislation, publication, and other activities related to healthcare services and its delivery provided:
Such persons are not interested in NAHSE solely for personal gain or employment;
Such persons do not have or have not demonstrated moral, philosophical, or ideological views or directions and actions contrary to the goals and objectives of NAHSE; and such persons remain financially active with the organization.
NAHSE Bylaws state that all members of the local chapter must be personal, student or institutional members of the National Association. Payment of Chapter dues allows you the opportunity to take advantage of the many benefits offered by the local chapter in your city or the city nearest you. Benefits include local newsletters, local educational sessions, regular meetings and many networking opportunities.
NOTE: Local Chapter membership is required for any individual residing within 75 miles of a listed Chapter.
Institutional members are organizations and agencies which are interested in and support the programs, aims and goals of NAHSE and are desirous of contributing to its cause, either in the form of financial support or other in-kind aid.
The rights and privileges of the institutional members are determined solely by the Board of Directors. Institutional members are members of the Local Chapter with the approval and under the guidelines set down by the Local Chapter.
Institutional members are to include organizations such as hospitals, medical centers, neighborhood health centers, group practices, health insurance companies, managed care, coordinated care entities and all other such organizations supporting the purpose of NAHSE. Institutional members may indicate three individuals from their institution who will receive benefits as part of their institutional membership.
PERSONAL OR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
Personal members are persons with a background in one of the following categories:
~ Health and medical care administration having successfully completed an approved program in hospital administration, and/or health services administration, business administration, public health, medicine, economics, and other related graduate degrees deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors; or
~ Persons with a background in health and medical care administration and health services delivery systems having experience in these fields that can be considered adequate to have attained an in-depth knowledge of the chosen area of endeavor.
STUDENT TYPE 1 MEMBERSHIP: STUDENT
Student members currently enrolled in an approved program in those fields mentioned in personal membership and other fields deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors.
Student members are eligible for Type 1 personal membership upon the successful completion of the graduate program and having had one year’s experience in his or her chosen field.
STUDENT TYPE 2 MEMBERSHIP: EARLY CAREERIST
Recent graduates up to two-years post graduation working in a full-time paid position (including those in full-time paid residency or fellowship programs). This category is for a maximum of two years. Anyone with two or more years of healthcare experience achieved through a full-time paid position, who then returns to school, is not eligible for either Type 1 or Type 2 Student Membership.
Members in this category are eligible for Personal Membership upon successful completion of the graduate program and more than two years of healthcare experience.