Organizational Structure

The Virginia DC Chapter of HFMA is served by four Officers (President, President-Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer) and eight Directors. The Chapter operates under a Committee Structure, with four Main Committees (Education, Communications, Leadership Development, and Membership). The Chapter is always looking for volunteers to assist in the functions of each of these committees. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the committee chair through the email contacts on our Chapter Directors page.

Main Committees

Education

To provide high quality education opportunities in the areas of healthcare finance and management. There are two subcommittees: State Educational Conferences and Regional Educational Workshops.

  • State Educational Conference Subcommittee – responsible for the planning and organization of the two State Conferences that are held in February and August of each year. Both conferences are three days in length and consist of a variety of educational sessions, networking opportunities, and lots of fun. The Summer Conference is held in conjunction with the Virginia Society of CPAs. Please refer to the State Conference page for details of the next conference.
  • Local Educational Workshops Subcommittee – responsible for the planning and organization of the various Local Workshops that are held throughout the State. Local Workshops are usually one day or a partial day in length and occur around three to four times a year. The Workshops are education topic specific and also allow time for networking opportunities. Please refer to the Local Workshop page for details of the next workshop.

 

Leadership Development

Develop and implement programs, which identify, recruit, develop, educate and recognize future Chapter leaders. There are two subcommittees: Certification and Nominating.

  • Certification Subcommittee – coordinate the planning and organization of leadership training for the membership and provide guidance and education for members seeking certification through HFMA.

 

Membership

Develops and implements an annual plan for member recruitment and retention. Responsible for planning two new member receptions each year. As a chapter, we are dedicated to making clear the value associated with HFMA membership, both to individual members and their employers.

Communications

Responsible for communicating Chapter news and healthcare information to the membership. This communication is made through mechanisms such as social media, the Chapter Membership Directory via e-mail, and this Web Site. The committee works to share and generate content pertinent to Chapter activities, National HFMA activities, healthcare related information and professional job openings in the industry that will assist the membership in their careers.

 

Sponsorship

Responsible for setting sponsorship offerings, contacting the business community to make sponsorship requests and making sure pledges are received.