John Muir Health announces 3 leadership changes

Walnut Creek, Calif.-based John Muir Health has announced three recent changes within its senior leadership team.

Michael Moody, who served as CFO from 2006 to 2014, has been named senior vice president of partnership integration and development. As CFO, Mr. Moody played a significant role in negotiating and developing John Muir Health's partnerships with UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco, Dallas-based Tenet's San Ramon (Calif.) Regional Medical Center and Stanford Children's Health's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Palo Alto, Calif. In his newly appointed role, Mr. Moody will focus on the new company being formed with UCSF Medical Center and the development of the Bay Area Accountable Care Network, a collaborative effort with other healthcare providers to form a regional healthcare network.

Chris Pass will serve as John Muir Health's interim CFO. Mr. Pass joined the system in 2009 as vice president of revenue cycle. In 2012 he became senior vice president of revenue cycle and analytics and in 2013 was promoted to senior vice president of financial operations.

Additionally, Jim Wesley, John Muir Health's CIO, will transfer the role to his successor, Jon Russell, the system's new senior vice president and CIO. Mr. Wesley will serve as a consultant to John Muir Health as senior vice president of data and analytics. Mr. Wesley joined the system in 2013 as interim CIO before signing on to the role permanently. Mr. Russell also joined the system in 2013 as associate CIO.

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