Darcy Burthay has been promoted to president and CEO of Providence Health System in Washington, D.C., an Ascension Health subsidiary.
Luis Fonseca named COO of Alameda Health System, a prominent safety net provider based in Oakland, Calif.
William Thompson, president and CEO of SSM Health, announced he will retire next year after more than 36 years with the healthcare system. His replacement has not yet been chosen.
Dr. Clifford Hudis, 57, is the CEO of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, effective June 27. He succeeds Dr. Allen Lichter, 70, who is retiring after 10 years in the top job.
Eric Feldstein was named CFO, replacing longtime finance chief Ken Avner, who retired but is staying on temporarily as a special adviser. Feldstein most recently was an executive VP at American Express Co.
Swedish has been elected to serve as board chairman for America's Health Insurance Plans, the leading lobbying group for the nation's health insurers, effective in January 2017. He will succeed Mark Ganz, president and CEO of Cambia Health Solutions. Tyson will take over as board chair in 2018.
U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli—who defended the Affordable Care Act in several major Supreme Court cases—will step down as of June 24. His principal deputy, Ian Gershengorn, will replace him as acting solicitor general.
Scott Flanders, 59, is the new CEO of eHealth, a private health insurance exchange based in Mountain View, Calif. The company, which had $190 million in revenue last year, serves as an online broker to help people sign up for individual-market and Medicare plans.
Sean Conlon has been named managing director and head of a new healthcare initiative at Bank of the West's commercial banking group based in Los Angeles.
Dr. Paul Tang, 62, is the new VP and chief health transformation officer at cognitive computing venture IBM Watson Health.
Dr. Redonda Miller is the first female president of Johns Hopkins Hospital, the flagship of Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Health System. She begins her new role July 1.
Kevin Donovan was named president and CEO of Laconia, N.H.-based LRGHealthcare, effective mid-June. He takes the helm from former CEO Seth Warren, who stepped down in March.