Dr. Julio Frenk, 61, will be president of the University of Miami, starting in September. Frenk, the university's first Hispanic president, replaces former HHS Secretary Donna Shalala, who has led the university since 2001.
Amy York has been named executive director of the Eldercare Workforce Alliance, and other news makers
Amy York has been named executive director of the Eldercare Workforce Alliance, an advocacy organization for geriatric care.
Baton Rouge, La.-based Amedisys announced last week that it had hired a CFO, COO, CIO, chief human resources officer, chief strategy officer and senior VP of government affairs.
The Institute of Medicine has tapped Dr. Margaret Hamburg, former commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, to serve as its next foreign secretary.
Dr. Douglas Lowy, 72, has been appointed acting director of the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Jay Bhatt named chief health officer at the Illinois Hospital Association, and other news makers
Dr. Jay Bhatt has been named chief health officer at the Illinois Hospital Association.
Sandra Bruce will retire as president and CEO of Presence Health, roles she has held since the Chicago-based system was created through the November 2011 merger of Provena Health and Resurrection Health Care.
Sarah Cole has been promoted to CEO of CHAN Healthcare, a risk consulting and internal audit firm.
Michael Mandl, a longtime Emory University executive, has been named president and CEO of Emory Healthcare, the school's health system.
Mary Wakefield, 60, will be acting deputy HHS secretary. Wakefield will replace Bill Corr in April.
Mark Clare has been named principal adviser for strategic initiatives at Purdue Healthcare Advisors in West Lafayette, Ind.
The American Cancer Society has named Catherine Alfano VP of cancer survivorship.