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Kenneth C. Wong, M.B.A., FACHE

Kenneth Wong
Adjunct Professor of Management
kw670@nova.edu

Education:

  • MBA - Nova Southeastern University - Business Administration, International Business
  • BA - Bryant University - International Studies/Business Administration
  • CERT - American College of Healthcare Executives - Fellow (FACHE)

For nearly two decades, Kenneth C. Wong, M.B.A., FACHE, has enjoyed working closely with all healthcare stakeholders, including patients, providers, administrators, health systems/hospitals, academia, and the community, to improve access and outcomes.

Within healthcare management, Kenneth has held roles leading marketing, business development, strategic planning, physician and community relations. In the private sector, Kenneth has worked for several Fortune 100 companies within the pharmaceutical and medical device industry and received numerous awards for his efforts related to new product launches and market development initiatives.

Kenneth is board-certified in healthcare management as a Fellow (FACHE) with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Over the past several years, he has been actively involved with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and the local chapter, ACHE of South Florida, which was known as the South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum (SFHEF) until 2020.

During this time, he has served in various positions on the Board of Directors, including Educational Programming Chair, President-Elect, 2021 Chapter President, and Immediate Past President. Throughout 2020 and 2021, Kenneth led the chapter’s rebranding efforts following the name change in 2020, which included designing and launching the chapter’s new website and social media presence.

In 2021, he was responsible for increasing the chapter's visibility by leading the very successful LinkedIn initiatives that included creating over 100 customized spotlights featuring members, new Fellows (FACHE), sponsors, and supporters.



Kenneth enjoys giving back and serves on several national committees for ACHE, as well as local advisory boards. National and chapter recognition for his service to ACHE and ACHE of South Florida includes:

  • 2018 Chapter Regent Award & ACHE National Top Achiever Award

  • 2019 ACHE National Top Achiever Award
  • 2020 ACHE Distinguished Service Award

  • 2021:
    – Chapter Leadership Award
    – ACHE Distinguished Service Award
    – ACHE National Top Achiever Award (Top 3 in the nation)
  • 
2022 ACHE Distinguished Service Award

Interviews with Wong have been published in industry and regional community publications, such as these two from 2021:

LED 3000 Introduction to Leadership
MGT 4170 Organizational Behavior

Ready to Serve: A Panel of Experienced Leaders Share Insights, American College of Healthcare Executives Annual Chapter Leaders Conference, 2022, Chicago, IL

2021: A Year in Review, ACHE of South Florida Inaugural Chapter Appreciation and Recognition Event, ACHE of South Florida, 2022, Davie, FL

Annual Chapter Meeting & Board of Directors Installation, ACHE of South Florida, 2022, Virtual

C-Suite Insights Series, ACHE of South Florida, 2021, Virtual

Enhance Chapter Performance through Strategic Planning, American College of Healthcare Executives Annual Chapter Leaders Conference, 2021, Virtual

Healthcare Leader Development Case Competition & Awards Ceremony (Graduate & Undergraduate Case Studies), ACHE of South Florida, 2021, Virtual

Board of Directors Virtual Installation Ceremony & Networking Event, ACHE of South Florida, 2021, Virtual

C-Suite Roundtable Event, ACHE of South Florida, 2019, Weston, FL

 

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