Klavetter earns second in essay competition Eric W. Klavetter, a graduate student in the master of science administrative studies program at The University of South Dakota, placed second in the Hill-Rom graduate essay competition. His essay, "Antitrust Risk: A Practical Review for Healthcare Executives," earned Klavetter, of Vermillion, a $2,000 award and a plaque for his work.
The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and Hill-Rom sponsor the national competition. The ACHE, an international professional society composed of nearly 30,000 healthcare executives, is credited for its extensive research and career development and public programs. ACHE is also known for its publications in Journal of Healthcare Management and Healthcare Executive. The ACHE Health Administration Press is one of the largest publishing divisions of books and journals, which cover all aspects of health services management and textbook use in college and university courses.
For more information, contact: Health Services Administration Division, USD School of Business, (605) 677-5480.