AHLA Announces Partnership with Dignity Health Global Education
- July 09, 2021
AHLA announces their partnership with Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE), a leading global health care workforce development company, to offer AHLA members and their families discounts on DHGE’s numerous online programs, including short courses, certificates, and degrees. This partnership will add additional educational and professional development opportunities to help health care and health law professionals advance skills and improve patient outcomes.
“AHLA continues to be on the forefront of top-quality education in health law and this partnership elevates our ability to deliver exceptional online programming to our membership,” comments David S. Cade, AHLA’s Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer. “Every program DHGE offers is co-created by top-ranked academic institutions, making them unlike any other in the U.S.”
“We look forward to better serving the health care and health law communities through this partnership,” comments Scott Norris, DHGE’s Vice President of Workforce Development. “And, we are excited to deepen this partnership over time through collaboration on future high-quality health law content for AHLA.”
About Dignity Health Global Education:
Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE) is the leading health care workforce development company. Dedicated to providing specialized educational opportunities and a student-centric experience, DHGE develops online programs and workforce development solutions with industry, for industry. They achieve this goal by partnering with top-ranked academic institutions and thought-leading professionals. For more information, please visit www.dhge.org.
About the American Health Law Association:
Excellence in health care requires excellence in health law. The American Health Law Association is the nation’s largest, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) educational organization devoted to legal issues in the health care field. We maintain excellence in health law by educating and connecting the health law community. For more information, please visit www.americanhealthlaw.org.