The runner-up this year for the Cain Brothers award was Elizabeth A. Alhand, 38, senior vice president of finance at Sisters of Charity Leavenworth Health Services Corp., Leavenworth, Kan. Ms. Alhand is chief financial officer at the not-for-profit healthcare system, which includes eight hospitals and four clinics in four states with more than 2,800 beds and 10,000 employees.
Two executives received honorable mentions:
John P. Wynne Jr., 51, treasurer and CFO for health services at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, and deputy executive director and CFO at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Mr. Wynne is in charge of financial operations and capital planning for the academic health center, which includes a 725-bed hospital, a school of medicine and 17 clinical practices.
Philip R. Manz, 37, vice president and CFO at Presbyterian Health Services Corp. and Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, N.C. Mr. Manz serves as CFO of the system and its subsidiaries, including 593-bed Presbyterian Hospital, 15-bed Presbyterian Specialty Hospital, 90-bed Presbyterian Orthopaedic Hospital and 102-bed Presbyterian Hospital Matthews, due to open this summer. In 1988, he was selected as one of MODERN HEALTHCARE's "Up & Comers," or rising young healthcare executives.