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Gayle Trupiano will become President and CEO of Ascension Living, a division of St. Louis-based Ascension that offers long-term care for seniors at 37 facilities across 10 states and the District of Columbia.
Dr. Peter Pisters was the sole finalist in the search for a new president of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center based in Houston.
Jon Cotton has taken a step up the executive ranks with his promotion to corporate president of Meridian, a Detroit-based health plan that is Michigan's largest Medicaid HMO. The promotion is effective Sept. 4.
Gragnolati is currently president and CEO of Atlantic Health System. He took the reins at the Morristown, N.J., system in 2015. Previously, he was a senior vice president at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore.
Women CEOs of hospitals earn 22% less than their male counterparts, and even male nurses earn more than female nurses, a panel of healthcare executives observed at the Modern Healthcare Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference.
Edward Marx, a former University Hospitals CIO who most recently served as executive vice president at the Advisory Board Co., will start in his new role Sept. 1.
Dallas-based Baylor Scott & White Health has created a new leadership position to be filled by Peter McCanna, the organization announced Monday. McCanna will assume his role as president of the Office of the President in mid-September, taking on some responsibilities of CEO Jim Hinton.
Hudson has served as interim CEO since February after the resignation of Anthony Armada. Before taking the helm, Hudson was chief of physician services for western Washington at Swedish.
Niall Brennan named president and executive director of Health Care Cost Institute and other newsmakers
Niall Brennan has been named president and executive director of the Health Care Cost Institute, a not-for-profit organization focused on improving price transparency based in Washington, D.C. He succeeds David Newman.
Envision Healthcare shareholders used their votes recently to express their displeasure at the $21.7 million that CEO Chris Holden was paid last year.