7 hospital CFOs in the headlines

Here are seven hospital and health system CFOs who were in the news this week.

1. Heath King was in the news as he was named CFO of Orange Park (Fla.) Medical Center.

2. Michael Allen, CFO of OSF HealthCare in Peoria, Ill., was in the news discussing the essential skills hospital CFOs need.

3. Rhonda Anderson, senior vice president and CFO of Saint Louis-based Ascension Health, was in the news discussing the importance of having standardized revenue cycle management processes across a health system's facilities.

4. J. Britton Tabor, executive vice president, treasurer and CFO of Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Erlanger Health System, was in the news discussing the system's charity care policy.

5. Patrick McGuire, executive vice president of Ascension Health in St. Louis and CFO of St. John Providence Health System in Warren, Mich., was in the news discussing the role hospital CFOs play in developing and implementing alternative payment models.

6. Kathy Lancaster, executive vice president and CFO of Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente, was in the news discussing the system's financial results for the third quarter of 2016.

7. Kenneth McGee, CFO of Loretto Hospital in Chicago, was in the news discussing the increased overlap between the roles of hospital CFO and COO.

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