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ACHA Events

  • Webinar, Clean Flow: Fact or Fiction – Design Implications that Affect the Bottom Line

    When: April 27, 2017
    Time: 11:00am Pacific 
    Price: $65 Individual View/$150 Group View
    1 unit AIA continuing education

    Click here to register.​

    Presented by Louis Meilink, Jr., AIA, ACHA, ACHE, Principal, Ballinger

    This webinar will explore the history of clean flow in the medical field. Attendees will hear about the current definition of clean flow and explore what is fact, what is fiction, what are minimum requirements, and are these requirements truly best practice. With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act the effectiveness of clean flow will have an impact of every institution’s bottom line.

  • ACHA at the Eighth Annual:
    Cleveland Clinic Patient Experience Summit
    Empathy + Innovation
     
    Join ACHA at the Cleveland Convention Center for the day with sessions dedicated to healthcare architecture as part of the Cleveland Clinic Patient Experience Summit. 
     
    Architects receive discount on daily fee for
    May 23, 2017
     
    Sessions planned in collaboration with the ACHA - Details to Follow
     
    Attendees can earn AIA Learning Units by attending this event.
     
    For more information, visit the conference website:
    www.empathyandinnovation.com

  • ​The ACHA Examination is offered during the month of July each year. Please visit the Certification page​ for more information.

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