Annual Meeting & Virtual Mini-Congress

December 4th – 5th, 2020


ACHENJ has planned a two-day Virtual Mini-Congress where we will be able to offer members face to face credit through webinars. These two days will be filled with opportunities to learn from a thought-provoking and inspiring group of leaders in NJ and from the Tri-state area.

[DAY ONE | DECEMBER 4th, 2020]
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

ACHE-NJ Annual Meeting
1.0 F2F Credits

Join ACHENJ in recognizing the chapter’s accomplishments for the prior year and learn about what we are planning for our year coming up!

Join us in congratulating our Regent Award winners for Early Careerist and Senior Careerist. ACHENJ will be congratulating this year’s Distinguished Service Award winner as well!

Keynote Speaker:
Amy B. Mansue
President & CEO, Inspira Health

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Topic: Telemedicine in the Healthcare Delivery System
1.5 F2F Credits



Harshal Shah, MHA, MBA
Digital Experience Manager,
RWJBarnabas Health


Andy Anderson, MD, MBA
Chief Executive Officer,
RWJBarnabas Health, Rutgers Medical Group

Corey Scurlock MD, MBA
Medical Director,
West Chester Medical Center

Kathy Wibberly, PhD.
Director of Research,
Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center,
University of Virginia

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Topic: Equity of care
1.5 F2F Credits:



Laura Montenegro, LCSW
Manager of Social Work for Care Coordination,
Atlantic Health System


Jackie Baras, MSN, MBA/HCS, RN
Director of Surgical Quality,
Clinical Anesthesia & LGBT Health Programs,
RWJBarnabas Health

Cristina Feliciano, Psy.D.
Chief Psychologist,
Federal Bureau of Prisons

[DAY TWO | DECEMBER 5th, 2020]

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Topic: Ethical Challenges in Healthcare Leadership
1.5 F2F Credits



Nikki Sumpter, SPHR, SCP
Chief Human Resources Officer,
Atlantic Health System


Caryn Parlavecchio
Chief Human Resource Officer,
Holy Name Medical Center

Pia House Walker, MSL
Chief Human Resource Officer,
St. Joseph’s Medical Center

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Topic: Sustainability of Healthcare Organizations
1.5 F2F Credits



Kenneth Sable, MD, MBA, FACEP
Regional President, Southern Market, Hackensack Meridian Health


Stacy M. Mack, MBA
Assistant Vice President,
Valley Health System

Tim O’Brien, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer,
Mountainside Medical Center,
Hackensack Meridian Health

Deborah Visconi, MHA
President and Chief Executive Officer,
New Bridge Medical Center


Step 1: REGISTER HERE through Eventbrite

Step 2: [for ACHE Members and Students] After you have registered through Eventbrite, you will see instructions to visit both in the on screen order confirmation as well as the confirmation. Please navigate to from that link to register with ACHE and claim F2F credits.

Step 3: Once you have registered and claimed F2F credits through, you will receive confirmation emails from to the email address linked with your account. This will include instructions on how to access their Learning Management System (LMS) and the Zoom Webinar link that will be directly accessible from this system. It will also include a backup Zoom Webinar link to directly access if you are experiencing troubles with LMS


1. You must be logged on for a minimum of 60 minutes to receive credit.

2. Registration is capped at 50 attendees per panel. Do not wait to register!


Every year ACHE-NJ partners with organizations in our community in efforts to give back and support their needs. This year, as part of our annual meeting drive, we are continuing our relationship with The Apostle’s House – a Newark based Women’s and children’s shelter. During these challenging times, we want to be safe as we support our community partners. ACHENJ has set up a Target Registry filled with items that the shelter is in need of. If you are able to donate, please visit the registry that has been created for ACHENJ members. Donations will be accepted through December 9th.

How to Donate:
1.      Visit
2.      Navigate to “REGISTRY”
3.      Click on “Search for an Organization”
4.      Type in “Apostles House”
5.      Registry Name will show as: ACHE-NJ4ApostlesHouse

6.      Click on “View Registry” and donate …

Items should be shipped directly to the shelter. Thank you all for your generosity during these very challenging times

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