Health Administration student places 3rd in 2019 ACHE Stull Essay
Jayme Blaschke | February 11, 2019
Nolan Ehrbar, a junior Health Administration student at Texas State University, has placed third in the 2019 American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Richard J. Stull Student Essay Competition.
He will present his work, "The Integration of Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare Human Resource Management," in March at the ACHE congress in Chicago.
"I remember spending a ton of time dedicated to this paper and went through about three drafts and was extremely proud of it," Ehrbar said. "I knew it was probably the most challenging work I had ever done and probably some of my best, but I couldn't have imagined I would win. It is exciting to be able to represent Texas State University."
Ehrbar is an Army ROTC cadet and the president of Best Buddies at Texas State.
About the American College of Healthcare Executives
For more than 85 years, the ACHE has focused on advancing leaders and the field of healthcare management excellence. ACHE is committed to ethics in the healthcare management field and has undertaken several initiatives to specifically support members in setting and maintaining ethical behavior and making ethical decisions.