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Committees

AHVAP is strengthened by the skills, experience, and diversity of its members. Member Volunteers made this organization what it is today and are the key to its future.  We hope you will get involved by volunteering for at least one of the committees in 2015.

Interested in joining a committee? Please contact the AHVAP office


Annual Conference Planning Committee

Co-Chair: Melanie Miller
Co-Chair: SueToomey

Responsibilities include:

  • Plan program based on post-conference survey of members
  • Establish theme
  • Collaborate with Education Committee and Marketing Committee to select educational presentations
  • Work with Ewald on conference logistics
  • Submit CE Application
  • Plan Social Events
  • Work with Marketing Committee on promotions

Education Committee

Chair: Chris Hannon
Vice-chair: OPEN
Board Advisor: Sue Knapp

Meets 3rd Thurs of the month quarterly at 11 am Central time.

The primary purpose of the Committee is to encourage, facilitate and promote year-round educational offerings to enhance the training and qualifications of AHVAP members and others.  

Responsibilities Include

  • Gathering information about educational needs of members in order to facilitate and develop educational offerings
  • Working with outside organizations to coordinate joint or sponsored educational activities and events that are consistent with the Vision, Mission and Purpose of AHVAP
  • Applying for CE’s for participation and completion of AHVAP sponsored educational events as applicable
  • Provides direction and oversight for sub-committees
  • Reviews credentials and qualifications of speakers and relevance of presentations and materials for AHVAP members.
  • Maintain and grow our online Educational Resource Library offerings by gathering and posting best practice forms used by our membership. To submit a document to be added to the library, please email it to info@ahvap.org 

Industry and Business Education Collaborative (IBEC)

Chair: Barbara Strain 
Vice-chair: Open
Board Advisor: Mary E. (Beth) Potter

The purpose of the Industry Business Education Collaborative (IBEC) is to educate healthcare based industry suppliers, organizations and associations about the principle concepts of value analysis.

IBEC executes agreements designed primarily as reciprocal educational opportunities with professional organizations.  AHVAP provides educational opportunities on a variety of value analysis topics to industry suppliers, organizations and associations.  In return industry suppliers, organizations and associations may provide  either content experts, educational programs or support-in-kind to AHVAP and its members as well as the development of joint white papers and articles aimed at promoting value analysis in healthcare.


Membership Committee

Co-Chair: Robin Lane
Co-Chair: Susan Miller
Board Advisor: Robin Lane

Meets 4th Thursday of month at 2 pm Central time

Responsibilities include:

  • Review membership applications to determine eligibility.
  • Review and update membership materials:  applications, brochures, etc. - annually
  • Generate annual membership drive letter – annually, semi-annually
  • Contact memberships which are lapsing to determine reason for non-renewal - monthly
  • Contact new members to welcome them to the association – monthly
  • Recruit new members to the association; ensure that current members receive services of value in return for their membership dollar, and retain current members.
  • Support recruitment and retention through initiatives that make AHVAP more welcoming and, hopefully, enjoyable for its members.
  • Provides direction and oversight for sub-committees

Marketing Committee

Chair: Jeffiny Shutts
Vice-chair: Laura Polson
Board Liaison: Peg Tinker

Meets 4th Thursday of the month at 10 am Central time

Responsibilities include:

  • Build recognition within the healthcare industry as the premier organization to support and enhance value analysis processes, skills and abilities.
  • Foster membership growth and retention through marketing efforts and tools
  • Create organizational promotion and communication materials
  • Provide direction and oversight for marketing sub-committees

Website Subcommittee

  • Promote AHVAP information, recognition, communication, and professional resources for members on the site as the front line to prospective members
  • Include links with additional resources that bring value to members
  • Promote professional networking within the membership

Social Media Subcommittee (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc.)

  • Support communication and industry networking for value analysis
  • Capture younger generational audience

Newsletter Subcommittee

  • Prepare content for quarterly Newsletter for distribution to members
  • Contribute articles to report on organizational activities, member recognition and appreciation, best practices in healthcare value analysis, education, and industry events
  • Review and edit articles submitted for publication for relevance of content for AHVAP members.

Video/YouTube Production Subcommittee

  • Organizational Promotion and Recognition through videos

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Phone: (651) 290-6288 | Email: info@ahvap.org
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