Overbey Named Fellow in Leading Healthcare Organization
Ken Overbey, FACHE, executive director of the Health Services Division of Cone Health, has been named a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Earning the FACHE credential means Overbey is board certified in healthcare management.
“ACHE is dedicated to promoting high standards of professional, educational leadership performance and the advancement of healthcare management excellence,” says Overbey. “These are qualities that improve the care we provide our patients and help us stay at the forefront of the rapidly changing field of healthcare.”
To earn the FACHE credential, the healthcare leader must hold a master’s or other advanced degree, have two years of leadership experience in healthcare and pass the Board of Governors Examination.
In his current position, Overbey is responsible for the Moses Cone Surgery Center, the Wesley Long Surgery Center, Cone Health Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center, Triad Retina and Diabetic Eye Center, Cone Health Developmental and Psychological Center, and several physician practices. He joined Cone Health in 2000 as the director of the Moses Cone Surgery Center.
The American College of Healthcare Executives is an international society of more than 40,000 executives who lead hospitals, health systems and other healthcare providers.