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STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

Full-Time Student Membership

Full-Time Student Membership

Full-Time Student Membership q. Developed content for a full-time student membership application q. Published

Full-Time Student Membership q. Developed content for a full-time student membership application q. Published full-time paper application and on-line student membership application q. Re-designed/re-formatted the membership applications q. Created the content for a full time student membership flier q. Finalized the contract with Pearson to partner for marketing to colleges/universities q. Researched college/university list-serve and emailing marketing options and a strategic plan to reach targeted deans within each institution q. Created a power point for local chapters to use to introduce AAHAM

Resources to help

Resources to help

Full-Time Student Application q. Available at http: //www. aaham. org/membership/aspx q. Can be completed

Full-Time Student Application q. Available at http: //www. aaham. org/membership/aspx q. Can be completed on-line

Full-Time Student Membership Flier q. Will be sent to over 4, 500 college school

Full-Time Student Membership Flier q. Will be sent to over 4, 500 college school or business department heads by national office q. A copy of the flier will be made available to market to your own local colleges and universities q. Will be available by 8/1

Consistent power point message q. Power point presentation developed that local chapters should use

Consistent power point message q. Power point presentation developed that local chapters should use with all new student members q. This can be presented in person or emailed to your new student members as a way to introduce AAHAM at the local level

q. Who is AAHAM and what can they do for me as a college

q. Who is AAHAM and what can they do for me as a college student? q. AAHAM is a Healthcare Revenue Cycle Professional group q. AAHAM has 32 local chapters across the country q. AAHAM has over 3, 000 members that work in hospitals, clinics and various other healthcare financial and IT related organizations

q. Why do I want to become involved with AAHAM while I’m a college

q. Why do I want to become involved with AAHAM while I’m a college student? q. AAHAM will help introduce you as a college student to a network of professionals that currently work in a hospital, clinic or healthcare business partner. Becoming involved now in AAHAM will create opportunities to learn about healthcare and healthcare related jobs that will be available to you upon graduation

q. Why would I want to work in healthcare finance after college? q. Healthcare

q. Why would I want to work in healthcare finance after college? q. Healthcare is one of the fastest growing job sectors in the workforce. There are hospitals and clinics located in almost every city and town across the country. Graduating college students wanting to work in healthcare can pick and choose what part of the country they want to work and live in while choosing a wide variety of career options

q. Why types of jobs are there available to me? q. College students graduating

q. Why types of jobs are there available to me? q. College students graduating with a degree in business, marketing, finance, IT, accounting or healthcare administration can all find careers in the healthcare revenue cycle working for a hospital, clinic or a healthcare business partner. Jobs include such titles as Revenue Cycle Director, Patient Accounts Manager, Patient Access Manager, Compliance Director, Controller, Accounting, IT Analyst, Vice-President of Marketing/Sales

q. How can I become involved in AAHAM at my local chapter level? q.

q. How can I become involved in AAHAM at my local chapter level? q. Your local AAHAM chapter has a number of opportunities that can help you begin to create your network and can help you get up to speed and remain current on the hospital revenue cycle. Your local chapter contact person is Melissa Griffith

q. Local AAHAM opportunities for students q. WEBINARS q. Learn about current healthcare topics

q. Local AAHAM opportunities for students q. WEBINARS q. Learn about current healthcare topics q. Study sessions for certification exams q. IN PERSON EDUCATION q. Remain current on healthcare topics q. Meet a network of healthcare professionals q. SOCIAL NETWORKING EVENTS q. Develop contacts that will assist with job opportunities

q. Why should I consider becoming certified in AAHAM before I graduate from college?

q. Why should I consider becoming certified in AAHAM before I graduate from college? q. AAHAM offers the most recognized certifications in the healthcare industry for revenue cycle professionals. Sign up for the on-line exam at http: //www. aaham. org/certification q. AAHAM offers study guides and webinars to help prepare you for the exam. q. Tests can be proctored locally and you will know if you passed immediately upon completion q. Recent graduates attempting to gain employment in the healthcare industry will stand out with these initials behind their names.

q. Next steps? q. If you aren’t already a member, complete the FREE full

q. Next steps? q. If you aren’t already a member, complete the FREE full time-student membership application q. This application is online at: http: //www. aaham. org/membership. aspx q. Your local chapter contact is _______ q. You can also contact the national AAHAM office at [email protected] org or at (703)-281 -4043

q. What will make you stand out? q. Begin building your brand today! q.

q. What will make you stand out? q. Begin building your brand today! q. Students graduating from college that have been actively involved with AAHAM for networking, education and certification will stand out during the interview process

How do we market student membership? q. National Marketing campaign q. Local Marketing campaign

How do we market student membership? q. National Marketing campaign q. Local Marketing campaign q. Information to distribute

What’s National doing?

What’s National doing?

Full-Time Student National Marketing Campaign Details q. Pearson partnership q. Email marketing to universities

Full-Time Student National Marketing Campaign Details q. Pearson partnership q. Email marketing to universities q. Post Cards mailed to universities

What should my local chapter be doing?

What should my local chapter be doing?

Local Chapters Student Membership

Local Chapters Student Membership

Consistency across the country in welcoming student members

Consistency across the country in welcoming student members

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 1 q. Establish policy in your local

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 1 q. Establish policy in your local chapter that all educational events for student members are FREE

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 2 q. Assign a local student membership

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 2 q. Assign a local student membership chair to your local board of directors

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 3 q. Get your entire local membership

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 3 q. Get your entire local membership on the same page q. Email your local chapter membership after this meeting q. Highlight free student membership and free educational events for student members q. Ensure your entire chapter is well versed in this and understands the importance of developing student members

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 4 q. Have local members reach out

Local Chapters Student Membership Process q. Step 4 q. Have local members reach out to colleges and universities in their geographic area with the AAHAM fliers promoting free student membership

So I have a new student member in my chapter, now what do I

So I have a new student member in my chapter, now what do I do?

New student member procedures q. Email the new student member the power point introducing

New student member procedures q. Email the new student member the power point introducing them to AAHAM q. If email is not effective, text that particular student introducing yourself and your local chapter

New student member procedures q. Add the new student to all of your distribution

New student member procedures q. Add the new student to all of your distribution lists so that they know of everything that your local chapter is offering and doing q. Ensure the new student member knows that everything they want to participate in will be FREE

New student member procedures q. Identify a member in your local chapter that is

New student member procedures q. Identify a member in your local chapter that is geographically close to the new student q. Offer to have lunch or grab a cup of coffee with the new student to introduce AAHAM to them in person q. If a group of students has enrolled from a university, offer to have a lunch and learn session to educate them on the benefits of AAHAM

Ask new students to become involved in helping for your chapter q. Ask each

Ask new students to become involved in helping for your chapter q. Ask each new student member to become involved in your chapter as a way for them to develop a professional network – find something specific they can do so they feel invested q. Market this to the new student member as their first step to getting them in front of future employers

Closing Nuggets

Closing Nuggets

Closing Thoughts q. Remember, students are the future of our organization. AAHAM can be

Closing Thoughts q. Remember, students are the future of our organization. AAHAM can be a vehicle for them to jumpstart their careers. q. Take the time to use the resources from national at your local level to develop your student membership base (power point, flier, post cards) q. Regular communication with your student members is key, stay in front of them with their professional development opportunities and sell career development

Closing Thoughts q. Be creative with the method of communication to these members (text

Closing Thoughts q. Be creative with the method of communication to these members (text vs email) q. Be creative with social events to foster relationships with these members q. Promote certification and highlight the resume builder effect of being certified coming out of college q. Reiterate that AAHAM members will be their future bosses and co-workers

Chapter President Email List You should know…. There are currently 32 chapters of AAHAM….

Chapter President Email List You should know…. There are currently 32 chapters of AAHAM…. . that is 31 other presidents that you can reach out to for help and advice I encourage you to email that group of AAHAM chapter president’s on a regular basis Chances are, if you are struggling in an area, someone will have an idea or advice to help

National Executive Board President John Currier, CRCE-I Executive Director, Revenue Cycle Management Gibson Area

National Executive Board President John Currier, CRCE-I Executive Director, Revenue Cycle Management Gibson Area Hospital & Health Services 1120 N Melvin Street Gibson City, IL 60936 Ph: 217. 784. 2613 Fax: 217. 784. 5853 [email protected] org Chair of the Board Victoria Di Tomaso, CRCE-I System Director, CBO Lee Memorial Health System P O Box 150107 Cape Coral, FL 33915 Ph: 239. 424. 1512 vicki. [email protected] org National First Vice President Lori Sickelbaugh, CRCE-I Director, Patient Financial Services Newberry County Memorial Hospital PO Box 497 Newberry, SC 29108 Ph: 803. 276. 7570 lori. [email protected] Hospital. net National Second Vice President Amy Mitchell, CRCE-I PFS, Business Services Director University of Utah Hospital 127 South 500 East #520 Salt Lake City, UT 84120 Ph: 801. 587. 6486 Fax: 801. 587. 6675 amy. [email protected] utah. edu Save

National Executive Board National Treasurer Kenneth Paul Koerner, MBA, CRCE-I Director of Revenue Cycle

National Executive Board National Treasurer Kenneth Paul Koerner, MBA, CRCE-I Director of Revenue Cycle CGH Medical Center 100 East Le. Fevre Sterling, IL 61081 Ph: 815. 564. 4407 Fax: 815. 626. 2896 ken. [email protected] com National Secretary William Carlson, CRCE-I 1808 2 nd Avenue NW Waverly, IA 50677 Ph: 319. 230. 4488 wcarlson [email protected] com Legal Counsel Richard A. Lovich, Esq. Partner-Managing Litigation Attorney Stephenson, Acquisto & Colman 303 North Glenoaks Blvd. Suite 700 Burbank, Ca. 91502 Ph: 818. 559. 4477 Fax: 818. 559. 5484 [email protected] com

National Committee Chairs Executive Certification Chair Kristina Donahue, CRCE-I, BS, CRCS-I Manager, Patient Accounting

National Committee Chairs Executive Certification Chair Kristina Donahue, CRCE-I, BS, CRCS-I Manager, Patient Accounting Department Calvert Memorial Hospital 100 Hospital Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 Ph: 410. 414. 4802 Fax: 410. 535. 8417 [email protected] org Professional Certification Chair Brenda Chambers, CRCE-I, P Director, Revenue Integrity Parallon Business Solutions 7300 Beaufont Springs Drive 2 nd Floor Richmond, VA 23225 Ph: 804. 267. 5790 Fax: 804. 267. 5791 brenda. [email protected] com Specialist Certification Chair Doris Dickey, CRCE-I Patient Financial Services Manager Rochelle Community Hospital 900 N. 2 nd Street Rochelle, IL 61068 Ph: 815. 562. 2181 Fax: 815. 562. 5474 [email protected] net Education Chair Kate Clark, CRCE-I, CPC, CMC, CCP Principal Mosaic Healthcare Strategies, LLC 21103 West Liberty Road Parkton, MD 21120 Ph: 410. 979. 1624 [email protected] com Practices & Standards Chair/Const Bylaws Linda Sayre, CRCP-I President & CEO SNS Recovery, Inc. 35201 Harbor Shores Rd Leesburg, FL 34788 Ph: 352. 357. 6999 Fax: 352. 483. 0186 lindacsayre [email protected] net Government Relations Chair Richard Rogers, CRCE-I Vice President, Strategic Services Magnet Solutions 1822 North 60 th Street Milwaukee, WI 53208 Ph: 414. 774. 6100 Fax: richard. [email protected] biz Membership Chair Michael Dobbs, CRCE-I, FHFMA Director, Business Development AAMS 4800 Mills Civic Parkway #202 West Des Moines, IA 50265 Ph: 515. 225. 0525 Fax: 515. 440. 1080 [email protected] com Chapter Development Chair Tim Moore Vice President of Business Development MARCAM Associates 10 Frances Drive Seabrook, NH 3874 Ph: 603. 918. 0875 Fax: [email protected] com

Together we can do this…. .

Together we can do this…. .

Please contact me if I can help…. Mike Dobbs, CRCE-I AAHAM -- National Membership

Please contact me if I can help…. Mike Dobbs, CRCE-I AAHAM -- National Membership Chair Automated Accounts Management Services Director of Business Development 4800 Mills Civic Parkway West Des Moines, Iowa [email protected] com 515 -231 -1732