11 healthcare CFOs in the headlines

Here are 11 healthcare industry CFOs who made news in the past week.

1. Kristi Matus was in the news as she will step down from her position as chief financial and administrative officer of athenahealth, based in Watertown, Mass.

2. Bloomfield, Conn.-based Cigna CFO Tom McCarthy was in the news discussing the regulatory review process for Cigna's proposed merger with Indianapolis-based Anthem.

3. Partners HealthCare CFO Peter Markell was in the news discussing the Boston-based system's finances for the quarter that ended Dec. 31.

4. Chris Olsen was in the news as he will leave his post as CFO of St. Charles Parish Hospital in Luling, La., in June.

5. Douglas Thompson was in the news as he was appointed CFO of Boston-based Partners HealthCare's insurer Neighborhood Health Plan. He was also named vice president of population health finance, a new executive position created by Partners and NHP.

6. WakeMed Health & Hospitals CFO Michael Browning was in the news discussing the Raleigh, N.C.-based system's financial results for fiscal year 2015.

7. Margaret Fonatana was in the news as she was appointed controller at Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport, N.C. She most recently served as CFO and COO of Tug River Health Association, a nonprofit agency in Gary, W.Va.

8. Melinda S. Hancock was in the news as she was named senior vice president and CFO of Richmond-based Virginia Commonwealth University Health System.

9. Erlanger Health System CFO Britt Tabor was in the news discussing the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based system's budget for 2016-17.

10. Jeff Sprague, CFO of Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health was in the news discussing the system's financial results for the year ended Dec. 31.

11. Lewis Seifert was in the news as he was named CFO of Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based Adventist Health System's multi-state division.

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