Karl Stubelis is leaving Athenahealth Friday after a little over a year as the EHR vendor's CFO. He will be Arcadia Health Solutions' new CFO and lead capital strategy for the company.
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.
Ascension Healthcare has selected Craig Cordola to replace Jesus Garza as its senior vice president and the ministry market executive of Ascension Texas effective Sept. 1, the Catholic-sponsored organization announced Tuesday.
Cerner Corp. has hired former VA chief information strategy officer David Waltman to work on government strategy, engineering and compliance as part of the EHR vendor's federal team.
The company has begun a search for a permanent CFO.
Schreiner joins the Georgia health system from the Studer Group, a consulting firm.
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.
HHS Secretary Tom Price on Friday named Georgia's top public health official, Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, the next director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Charles Stokes is no longer the "interim" president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, after the board on Thursday officially named him to the top job. He replaces Dr. Benjamin Chu, who abruptly retired two weeks ago to pursue a role crafting health and public policy.
Tom VanOsdol was named president and CEO of Jacksonville, Fla. based-St. Vincent's HealthCare, which is part of Ascension Healthcare, the largest not-for-profit health system in the country.
Christus Health has named Chris Glenney as senior vice president of group operations for the system and CEO of Christus Health Northeast Texas. He replaces Lindsey Bradley, who retired last month after nearly 36 years at the organization.
CHI St. Luke's Health CEO Michael Covert has submitted his resignation and will step down on Aug. 31, the Houston-based organization announced Tuesday.