Healthcare Management Association — Central New York
American College of Healthcare Executives 2018 Award of Chapter Merit
American College of Healthcare Executives 2018 Award of Chapter Merit

Strategic Plan

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Chapter Name: Healthcare Management Association of Central New York (HCMACNY)

Affiliated With: American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
Period Covered: 1/1/2019 – 12/31/2021
Date Adopted: 1/1/2014, Reviewed and updated 12/2018

 

Mission:

● Continuously aspire to advance the art and science of Healthcare leadership and innovation with its membership.
● Be the leading resource for professional development through education, support, resources and networking for healthcare leadership members.
● To model and expect the highest ethical standards and conduct.
● To ensure we all lead from whatever seat we occupy.

Vision :

The HCMA will advance the national mission by being the association of choice for healthcare leaders and executives for resources, support, education, professional development and networking.

Values :

Integrity : We advocate and emulate high ethical conduct in all we do.

Lifelong Learning : We recognize lifelong learning is essential to our ability to innovate and continually improve ourselves, our organizations and our profession.

Leadership : We lead through example and mentoring, and recognize caring must be a cornerstone of our professional interactions.

Diversity : We advocate inclusion and embrace the differences of those with whom we work and the communities we serve.

Overview of Strategic Plan:

HCMACNY’s Strategic Plan is intentionally designed to meet objectives in critical areas deemed important to the Board of Directors. The Board members believe the organization must be dynamic and progressive in its efforts to promote both the HCMACNY mission and thus the mission of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Assessments of progress will be made periodically to update and/or add new objectives, to modify assignments, to redefine tasks to accomplish objectives, and to decide when and how objectives have been met.