State - Committees
Members who volunteer to serve on the chapter's committees are very important to the success of the chapter. Their active participation is valued and is essential to the success of the committee and their fellow committee members. For that reason, all committee members are urged to read the Committee Member Participation Policy so that the commitment is understood and confirmed.
Communications Become Involved
Provide Members with alternate avenues to stay informed as to what is taking place within healthcare nationally, state-wide, and within our local chapter
Joan Goda, Chair
Charles T. Collyer
Michael D. Reis
Membership Become Involved
Membership promotes HFMA to the membership through education sessions and other communication methods. The committee is broken down into three sub-groups:
· New Membership – Encourages new membership to those who have used HFMA services in the past 2 years and to other health care organizations and works with educational facilities to encourage faculty and student membership to boost membership of future healthcare leaders.
· Member Retention – Surveys members who have not renewed, engages new and existing members through orientation breakfasts and other networking events to demonstrate the benefits of membership.
· Member Satisfaction – Reviews, monitors, and acts on the employee survey to
improve member satisfaction within the chapter
Program Become Involved
Objective is to provide members with timely and pertinent education opportunities to further their organizations and personal knowledge
Bart Shea - Chair
Kathie Kirkland - Co-Chair
Mary Lee DeCoster
Jim Hammond, Jr.
Mike Webdale, Jr.
Sponsorship Become Involved
The primary goal is getting sponsors for the chapter and associated events including:
· Annual sponsorships
· Exhibit and Conference Sponsorship, Event Coordination
· One-day and Special Event Sponsorship (I.E. sponsors for happy hours and other
one-day or smaller events)
Leslie Flake - Chair
Liz Ricafort - Co-Chair
Certification Become Involved
Terry Brennan, FHFMA - Chair