About UHE

Utah Healthcare Executives, the Utah chapter of ACHE, is dedicated to help healthcare executives in Utah. Our website is designed to:

  1. Give members access to professional development and educational resources;
  2. Announce upcoming events, and
  3. Facilitate networking opportunities.

Our objective is to be the professional membership society for healthcare executives in Utah. Please contact us with your questions and suggestions.

UHE Executive Officers

UHE Board Members

  • Michael Paul Amos (Member at Large)
  • Kimball Anderson (Audit Committee Chair)
  • Jason Bartholomew (Advancement Committee Chair)
  • Brian Black (Diversity & Inclusion Committee Chair)
  • Jason Boren (Membership Chair)
  • Melinda DeHoll (VA/Military Section Chair)
  • Michael Hancock (Education Committee Chair)
  • Scott Horne (Board Member at Large)
  • Tad Morley (Mentorship Committee Chair)
  • Brent Schmidt (Awards and Recognition Committee Chair)
  • Nathan Black (Communications Committee Chair)
  • Ryan LeMasters (Networking Chair)
  • Scott Wyckoff (Southern Utah Council Chair)


UHE will be the premier professional membership society for leaders of healthcare in Utah. UHE will cultivate a tradition of ethics and excellence in leadership among its members.


The mission of UHE is to meet the professional needs of its members. We promote excellence in healthcare leadership by providing forefront education and learning, aiding in career advancement, and enhancing communication and networking relationships among colleagues.

UHE Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Utah Healthcare Executives (UHE) embraces diversity within the healthcare management field and recognizes that priority as both an ethical and business imperative. UHE values diversity and initiatives that promote diversity because they can improve the quality of the organization’s workforce. UHE also values and actively promotes diversity in its leaders and members because diverse participation can serve as a catalyst for improved decision making, increased productivity, and a competitive advantage.

Further, UHE works to foster an inclusive environment that recognizes the contributions and supports the advancement of all, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability because an inclusive environment can enhance the quality of healthcare, improve hospital/community relations, and positively affect the health status of society. This priority is reflected in the chapter’s various activities and initiatives.