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ELP Alumni

Making their mark. Demonstrating decades of excellence.

Hundreds of ELP Fellows have successfully driven positive change in the industry. They are a select part of an enduring legacy. They are part of a strong, supportive network.

With their Certified Health Insurance Executive (CHIE) designation in hand, program alumni are innovative in evolving the health care industry. But doing more than serve the industry, ELP alumni also serve the community in which they live and work. They have impact. They, simply stated, are leaders.

I have a network that I still rely on nearly 10 years later. I am a better mentor to others now. ELP is an opportunity to network and make connections with other managed care leaders that is not only useful but enduring.
Judy Levy, SVP Clinical Services, Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan
The AHIP ELP was a tremendous help in building immediate acumen and executable ideas in my role as the VP of Talent Acquisition and Diversity & Inclusion. Through participation in the program….I’ve been able to deliver results quicker, build credibility and visibility for my company in the marketplace.
Stephanie Browne, CHIE, VP, Talent Acquisition, Diversity & Inclusion, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Recognized as Boston’s 50 Most Influential People of Color in Healthcare and Life Sciences by Get Konnected September 2017

Maintaining Your CHIE

ELP alumni must earn 25 continuing education credit hours every three years to maintain their CHIE designation.

Go to AHIP Conferences or AHIP Webinars to register and earn credits.

Conferences range from 8-20 credit hours and webinars are 1 credit hour.