Rulon Stacey, president and CEO of Poudre Valley Health System, Fort Collins, Colo., was nominated chairman-elect of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Stacey, 49, has been an ACHE governor since 2007. The Chicago-based professional association for healthcare executives will vote on Stacey’s nomination during its annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership in Chicago next March. The ACHE chairman-elect position for 2010-11 would be the first in a cycle of three jobs, followed by ACHE chairman in 2011-12, and then ACHE immediate past chairman in 2012-13. Current Chairman-elect Christopher Van Gorder, who is president and CEO of Scripps Health in San Diego, is scheduled to become chairman of ACHE for 2010-11. Current Chairman Charles Evans, CEO of International Health Services Group, Alpharetta, Ga., will become immediate past chairman. … Alan Dowling, 62, was picked to succeed Linda Kloss next month as CEO of the American Health Information Management Association, the Chicago-based group announced. Dowling, now an adjunct professor of information systems at Case Western Reserve University, will take over Jan. 13, 2010. Kloss, 63, who has headed AHIMA since 1995, announced in July she intended to retire by March next year.
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