Rogers Behavioral Health taps 2 for VP jobs: 8 things to know

Rogers Behavioral Health, a private, nonprofit provider based in Oconomowoc, Wis., named Caroline McHale vice president of residential services and promoted Adam El-Ali to vice president of EHR and revenue cycle optimization.

Here are eight things to know.

Ms. McHale

1. In her new role, Ms. McHale will collaborate with medical staff and leaders "to oversee daily operations, monitor program outcome studies and lead future program development," according to a news release.

2. Previously, she was divisional business development director and interim CEO at Acadia Healthcare, which offers mental health services and addiction treatment.

3. Additionally, Ms. McHale previously served as vice president of business development and operations for Behavioral Centers of America in Nashville, Tenn., among other roles.

4. She earned a master's degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto, Canada, and graduated from the University of San Diego with a master's degree in business administration.

Mr. El-Ali

5. In his new role, Mr. El-Ali will help make sure RBH "manages clinical and revenue cycle data available through its EHR to maximize its potential as a strategic platform," according to a news release. RBH said he will also help physicians navigate future technical advances and optimization at the organization.

6. Prior to his promotion, Mr. El-Ali was director of revenue cycle at RBH.

7. Previously, he was a solution architect and consultant for Cerner in Kansas City, Mo., among other roles.

8. He earned a master's degree in business administration fromRomeoville, Ill.-based Lewis University and a bachelor's degree in psychology from Loyola University in Chicago.



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