CAMHE Mentorship Circle (CMC): How To Become A Recognized CMC Program (8/17/2020)

On August 21, 2020 at noon EDT, the CAHME Mentorship Circle (CMC) Webinar Series features “Rush Case Study: Preparing Graduates to Lead Using the NCHL Competency Model”. Andrew Garman, PhD, Rush University Professor and Casey Brackett, Rush Administrative Fellowships Director, provide an introduction to the National Center for Healthcare Leadership competency model. Register here.

The CMC program was created by the CAHME Board to further CAHME’s mission of advancing the quality of healthcare management education. CMC designation recognizes CAHME-accredited programs that demonstrate a commitment to excellence not only to their own programs, but across the broader field of healthcare management education. CMC designation is an honor and responsibility.

CMC programs provide mentorship to other programs, and perform a significant activity. Activities have included “best practice” case studies, involvement in international program accreditation, senior faculty mentoring junior faculty at other programs, and holding student case competitions. Programs propose the activity to the CMC committee for review. You can review existing CMC programs and their activities at www.cahme.org/CMC. CMC eligibility is limited to CAMHE-accredited programs who received a seven-year re-accreditation on their site visit.

CMC programs are noted on CAHME’s new advanced search tool and receive a distinct CMC logo for their webiste.

Applications are due September 1, 2020 by 5:00 pm EDT to be considered in the fall. Send completed applications to Dana Alexander, CAHME Administrative Resident, at dalexander@cahme.org.