Scholarships Available for CHIME19, Fall Healthcare CIO Boot Camp
Rose Lucas – Executive Assistant, Foundation
The CHIME Education Foundation is offering full registration/tuition scholarships for CHIME members to attend the 2019 CHIME Fall CIO Forum and full registration/tuition scholarships for CHIME members or direct reports, or AEHIS, AEHIA or AEHIT members to attend the Fall Healthcare CIO Boot Camp.
The 2019 CHIME Fall CIO Forum is scheduled to take place Nov. 3-6 in Phoenix. The Education Foundation has 10 CIO Forum scholarships available for the event in addition to three scholarships available through the Neal L. Patterson Community and Rural Hospital CHIME Foundation.
Forum scholarship applicants must be current CHIME members. Winners will receive complimentary registration to the forum and may submit travel expenses for reimbursement with the remaining funds at the conclusion of the event. You can learn more about the CHIME Fall CIO Forum here and CIO Forum scholarships here. The deadline to apply is June 21.
The Education Foundation has 12 scholarships to help CHIME members and/or their direct reports, and AEHIS, AEHIA or AEHIT members attend the CHIME Healthcare CIO Boot Camp in addition to one Neal L. Patterson scholarship funded by Cerner. The 2019 Fall Boot Camp will be held Nov. 6-9 in Phoenix. Each scholarship covers tuition for the popular event, which is designed to help healthcare IT executives advance the profession by developing their leadership skills. You can learn more about the fall boot camp here and boot camp scholarships here. The deadline to apply is June 21.
The Education Foundation has three education/professional development scholarships available to help CHIME members participate in programs that further the recipient’s leadership skills or professional education. The scholarship funds are available to the recipient for one year. Learn more about the John Glaser, Richard A. Correll and Stoltenberg Educational Scholarships here.
For questions related to scholarships, please contact Rose Lucas, CHIME Education Foundation, at [email protected].