About Us

Our Mission


Our Mission

The American College of Healthcare Trustees is a professional association dedicated to promoting good governance and leadership in the healthcare sector by providing continuing education, resources, and networking.  We help healthcare trustees govern wisely and leaders lead effectively. WATCH SHORT VIDEO FROM OUR CEO HERE

Who Should Join

  The ACHT supports good governance. It is intended for hospital board members, physicians, nurses, scientists, other executives, business, compliance, ethics, quality and safety experts, entrepreneurs, marketing pros, health care attorneys, and other leaders. There are great growth and networking opportunities by virtue of membership and conferences. We accept all serious people of good character. BECOME A FELLOW NOW

Why Our Next Conference is on Innovation

It is thru disruptive innovation that we will achieve the triple aim of high quality and safety, an outstanding patient experience, and sustainable costs. The cross pollination among innovators and inventors, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, entrepreneurs, angel investors, attorneys, business gurus, and other visionaries is incredibly exciting

Our President and CEO describing what we do

Video describing the benefits of Fellowship

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Get extremely favorable rates for early and very early registration for our November 7-10, 2018 health care Innovation Conference on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula. Bring your family, friends, coworkers, or anyone you want to spend time with. In addition to stimulating lectures by visionary people in the healthcare space, their are many hours built in each day for reflection, cross-pollination, and revitalization.  One of the most unique features in Monterey County is the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail. This paved path stretches 18 miles from Castroville in the north to Pacific Grove in the south. Commuters, residents, and visitors to avoid busy roads, get exercise or enjoy a scenic trip. You can enjoy all Monterey attractions along the waterfront trail, including Fisherman's Wharf, Cannery Row and the Monterey Bay Aquarium, beaches, parks, historic sites and Downtown Monterey. Several local businesses offer bicycle, kayak, surfboard, paddle board, in-line skate and surrey (canopied quadricycles capable of seating up to six people) rentals along the path. Every mile offers scenic vistas and wildlife viewing, including harbor seals, sea otters, sea lions, birds and sometimes even whales!