2021 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE
The sixth annual CAHME Awards are open to all CAHME-accredited programs and Certified Healthcare Quality and Safety programs. We are grateful to our partners for their support of CAHME’s mission to advance the quality of healthcare management education. Winners will be announced in coordination with ACHE at their annual Congress on March 21, 2021, and will be featured in Modern Healthcare magazine (our exclusive media partner) in a full page placement.
The application deadline is November 12, 2020 at 5:00 PM EST.
Email completed applications to Dana Alexander, CAHME Administrative Resident.
The CAHME/Canon Solutions America for Sustainability in Healthcare Management Education
This award recognizes programs that incorporate the ideals of sustainability and social responsibility in healthcare management education and practice. Programs need to demonstrate how they use cultural competency, community involvement, environmental focus, sustainability in curriculum, student experiential opportunities and alumni involvement.
The CAHME/Pristine Home Care Student Essay Contest
This award encourages students to address barriers to healthcare in the current environment with a focus on home care. Students have the opportunity to select from two thought provoking prompts.
The application deadline is November 12, 2020. Apply today.
Learn more about the award here.
The CAHME/Dawn Gideon Foundation Scholarship
This award honors Dawn Gideon, who devoted her career to helping healthcare organizations succeed. The scholarship is targeted to supporting women pursuing advanced education in healthcare management and who have demonstrated a commitment to communities in need.
The CAHME/Judy Baar Topinka Foundation Scholarship
This award for Health Policy is named in memory Judy Baar Topinka, who dedicated herself to a lifetime of public service to the people of the State of Illinois. This year, the award recognizes a student who served the community around COVID-19.
The CAHME/Tim Campbell Scholarship
This award is in memory of Tim Campbell, a CAHME board member who personified a commitment to service and volunteerism. The scholarship is targeted to supporting student leaders who selflessly act to help others in the process of advancing the quality of healthcare.
A special thank you to our sponsors!