Chicago-based Valence Health, a major provider of clinical-integration, population-health and value-based care services, has tapped R. Andrew Eckert as its next CEO.
Gundersen Health system has named Dr. Scott Rathgaber CEO.
The University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington has appointed Mary Kate Fitzpatrick as its next chief nursing officer.
Paul Viviano has been tapped to lead Children's Hospital of L.A.
Todd Ebert has been named CEO of Healthcare Supply Chain Association.
Lois Dehls Cornell, chief administrative officer and general counsel at Tufts Health Plan, has begun her term as president of the American Health Lawyers Association.
Effective Aug. 3, Kevin Fitzpatrick will become CEO of CancerLinQ, a not-for-profit subsidiary of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Stephen Zieniewicz has been named president and CEO of St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, N.J., part of West Orange, N.J.-based Barnabas Health.
Former HHS secretaries Kathleen Sebelius and Tommy Thompson are co-chairs of the newly formed Aspen Health Strategy Group, a forum for healthcare leaders and policymakers to discuss potential solutions to the industry's thorniest issues.
Todd Lupton has been named CFO for Mercy Health-Cincinnati. The move was effective June 22.
Deven McGraw, 51, will become deputy director of the health information privacy division at HHS' Office for Civil Rights.
Michael Blaszyk is retiring as executive VP and CFO of Dignity Health in San Francisco, effective at year's end, capping a 40-year career.