Nebraska HFMA chapter wins excellence award

The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) this week awarded the Robert M. Shelton Award to its Nebraska chapter during its annual conference in Orlando, Florida.

The award, HFMA's highest chapter honor, recognizes five years of sustained excellence for ongoing improvement in multiple measures HFMA tracks, including educational quality and variety and membership group, based on a five-member committee's assessment. This is the second consecutive Shelton Award the 344-member Nebraska chapter has won, according to HFMA. "These two awards represent a full 10 years of sustained high performance," said HFMA Chair Melinda S. Hancock. Announcement

 

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