ACI Boland Architects Assists Kansas Chapter of ACHE

ACI Boland Architects Assisting American College of Healthcare Executives

May 17th, 2013

With healthcare transformation well underway, ACI Boland Architects is working with its client base in Acute and Post-Acute Care industries and noticed the need to increase collaboration between these two segments. The growing interest in the continuum of care concept is the key driver behind this new level of concern. To help promote and increase collaboration between providers, ACI Boland Architects solicited some of its existing clientele and friends to develop an ACHE Face-to-Face educational panel discussion program. The current inventory of programs available thru the college did have a ready roll template for this topic. So the team of Joanna Randall Executive Director of Good Samaritan Properties of Olathe, Kansas, Christine Sneeden Program Director at North Kansas City Hospital, Frank Schneider MHA FACHE Chief Executive Officer of Kindred Hospital Northland Kansas City, and Rod Corn FACHE Director of Healthcare Initiatives took it upon themselves to develop a program on this topic that would provide Face-to-Face educational credits

After months of research of planning the program was approved by the American College of Healthcare Executives in Chicago. The program is entitled “Integrating Acute Care with Post-Acute Settings: Where do we go from here?” The inaugural presentation of the program occurred May 17th in Wichita, Kansas for the Kansas ACHE chapter. Evaluation scores from over 40 attendees ranked the program as excellent or above average. The team has been asked to present this program to ACHE Central Missouri chapter on August 16th at Bothwell Regional Health Center at 10:30 AM. If you have interest in attending this please contact Rod Corn at 816-763-9600 or by email