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John Tempesco, VP at Informatics Corporation of America, Named Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. - Marketing Weekly News

John Tempesco, vice president of Client Services and Marketing at Informatics Corporation of America (ICA; www.icainformatics.com), was named a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE; www.ache.org) at the 67th Annual American Healthcare Executive Convocation in Chicago, Ill., on March 21, 2010.

'John has truly earned the privilege to be named a Fellow and given the FACHE credential because he has made significant contributions to the advancement of his profession and continually exemplifies outstanding competency and leadership in health care management,' says Gary Zegiestowsky, CEO of ICA, provider of health care solutions to hospitals, integrated delivery networks (IDNs), regional health information organizations (RHIOs), and health information exchanges (HIEs). 'We are fortunate to have John as a key member of our management team, and the entire ICA staff extends its congratulations.'

ACHE is the premier professional society for health care executives dedicated to improving health care delivery and advancing its members and health care management excellence. Its members are dedicated to ethical conduct, lifelong learning, leading by example, mentoring, and advocating diversity in the workplace and the community.

'I'm truly honored to be named a Fellow because it represents achievement of the highest standards of professional development,' Tempesco adds.

Recently, Tempesco co-authored a substantive white paper, 'Health Care IT Investment Heightens Need For Effective Implementation: Introducing five key elements for successful roll-out of clinical information systems.' (http://www.icainformatics.com/news-and-events/white-papers/). He is a prolific author, and has been published in many high-profile publications including: RT Image: The Green Three Rs of HIT; Healthcare Finance Management Association: Five Elements for Successful Clinical Information System Implementation; and ADVANCE For Health Information Executives, Making IT Investment Decisions During Economic Uncertainty: A Checklist for Maximizing Value. About Informatics Corporation of America (ICA) Informatics Corporation of America (ICA) was formed to take innovative technology developed by practicing clinicians and informatics professionals at Vanderbilt Medical Center to the broader health care market. ICA's solution enables interoperability of existing hospital and clinic systems to deliver a comprehensive electronic health record and tools ranging from a physician portal to secure messaging to disease dashboards. By providing clinicians with a comprehensive longitudinal patient record, ICA empowers caregivers to make informed decisions at the point of care, helps health care enterprises achieve operational efficiencies, and facilitates patient care across multiple providers and settings. Visit www.icainformatics.com. About The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) The American College of Healthcare Executives is an international professional society of more than 30,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations. ACHE is known for its prestigious FACHE[R] credential, signifying board certification in healthcare management, and its educational programs including the annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership, which draws more than 4,000 participants each year. ACHE's established network of more than 80 chapters provides access to networking, education and career development at the local level. Visit www.ache.org.

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This article was prepared by Marketing Weekly News editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2010, Marketing Weekly News via VerticalNews.com.