Dignity Health names CFO, EVP of sponsorship and mission integration: 10 things to know

San Francisco-based Dignity Health has named two key executives.

Here are 10 things to know about the leaders.

Daniel Morissette was named senior executive vice president and CFO.

1. Mr. Morissette will begin his role in February 2016.

2. In his new role, he will have oversight of financial affairs and other corporate operations activities, accounting, financial reporting, revenue cycle, treasury, financial planning, project financing and capital planning.

3. Mr. Morissette joins Dignity Health from Stanford (Calif.) Health Care, where he served as CFO.

4. During his tenure at Stanford Health Care, Mr. Morissette was responsible for leading growth initiatives and developing care management ventures and partnerships, as well as guiding the system's financial operations. He also established an international presence for the system with business activity and sites in China, Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates.

5. Prior to Stanford Health Care, Mr. Morissette was in senior level finance positions with University of Toledo (Ohio), Medical University of Ohio in Toledo, The Chicago Medical School and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

6. He earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance and policy studies from University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, and a Bachelor of Science in commerce from DePaul University in Chicago.

Elizabeth Keith was named executive vice president of sponsorship and mission integration.

7. Ms. Keith joined Dignity Health this month from Greenville, S.C.-based Bon Secours St. Francis Health System where she served as senior vice president of mission.

8. During her tenure at Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, she was responsible for leading all mission functions, programs and activities. She was also on the forefront of highly visible work to create sustainability programs, mobile health programs and an employee emergency fund.

9. In her newest role at Dignity Health, Ms. Keith will direct systemwide initiatives involving the system's religious sponsors and "work to ensure that mission and values are integrated into all aspects of the organization," officials said. She will also act as the key liaison to the religious communities that co-sponsor Dignity Health.

10. Ms. Keith earned a Master of Public Administration from Baruch College in New York City and a master's degree in practical theology and Ministry from Barry University in Miami.

 

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