• Indiana hospital names CFO

    Washington, Ind.-based Daviess Community Hospital has named April Settles CFO, the Washington Times Herald reported July 27. 
  • Purchased Services: Three Key Trends for 2024

    Sponsored
    Don't overlook purchased services as a way to cut inefficiencies. Get insights to craft a successful 2024 approach here.
  • IU Health divides COO role

    Indiana University Health has split the responsibilities of its chief operating officer role and named four senior leaders to new positions. 
  • NewYork-Presbyterian leader moves to Connecticut hospital

    New Canaan, Conn.-based Silver Hill Hospital tapped Mark Russ, MD, as chief medical officer.
  • 8 hospital, health system CEO exits in July

    Hospital CEO turnover has slowed recently — although it's still higher than it was in 2022. 
  • UNM hospital taps COO

    University of New Mexico Sandoval Regional Medical Center in Rio Rancho has named Adrian Larson chief operating officer, the Rio Rancho Observer reported July 26. 
  • Kansas hospital names CEO

    Cathy Pimple, DNP, RN, has been promoted from chief administrative officer to CEO of Newman Regional Health in Emporia, Kan., according to the Emporia Gazette. 
  • UMass Memorial taps CNO as interim president

    UMass Memorial Medical Center has tapped its chief nursing officer and senior vice president of patient care services, Justin Precourt, to serve as interim president.
  • CHS-owned New Mexico hospital taps CFO

    Andrew McDonald has been named CFO of Las Cruces, N.M.-based MountainView Regional Medical Center, according to a July 26 post on his LinkedIn page. 
  • Lifepoint names chief administrative and legal officer

    Jennifer Peters was named executive vice president and chief administrative and legal officer of Brentwood, Tenn.-based Lifepoint Health.
  • 4 for-profit health system CEOs: Their paths to the top

    The top jobs at for-profit health systems come with widespread responsibility — CEOs' oversight extends across giant networks spanning state lines. 
  • Delaware health system eliminates COO role

    Beebe Healthcare, a community health system based in Lewes, Del., has eliminated the position of Executive Vice President and COO Rick Schaffner, RN, Delaware News Journal reported July 27.
  • Georgia hospital taps CHRO

    Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton, Ga., has named Jill Anelli senior vice president and chief human resources officer. 
  • MercyOne taps regional president

    MercyOne has named Kurt Andersen, MD, president of its Eastern Iowa division. 
  • New Virginia hospital names flagship president

    Jessica Macalino will become the first president of Riverside Smithfield (Va.) Hospital, set to open in approximately two and a half years. 
  • VUMC taps executive medical director

    Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center appointed Chase Hendrickson, MD, executive medical director of its Medicine Patient Care Center.
  • Hospital CEO turnover slows

    While hospital CEO turnover remains higher than the same period in 2022, the gap has narrowed.
  • Northwell Health names chief nursing information officer

    Geeta Nastasi, RN, has been named vice president and chief nursing information officer of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health.
  • Covenant Health taps next CFO from Atrium Health

    Knoxville, Tenn.-based Covenant Health has named Joe Dolan as its next CFO.
  • Hackensack Meridian names chief medical officer of 2 hospitals

    Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health has selected Gregory Rokosz, DO, as chief medical officer of Old Bridge (N.J.) Medical Center and Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy, N.J.
  • Oregon hospital CFO tapped for interim CEO role

    Harney District Hospital CFO Catherine White has been named the interim CEO of the Burns, Ore.-based hospital.  

Featured Whitepapers

Featured Webinars