University Hospitals creates chief whole health and well-being officer role, names leader

Cleveland-based University Hospitals now has a chief whole health and well-being officer who will be in charge of health and lifestyle management strategies for patients and caregivers.

Francoise Adan, MD, the director of the UH Connor Integrative Health Network and the Christopher M. & Sara H. Connor Chair in Integrative Health for UH, will take on the role, University Hospitals said March 3. She specializes in stress management, work-life balance, and the connection of mind, body and spirit.

In the role, Dr. Adan will work across University Hospitals to implement programs and services to increase caregiver satisfaction and retention. She will also focus on improving clinical outcomes and creating whole health programs for patients that emphasize prevention, lifestyle changes and disease reversal.

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