Seth Frazier (left), Michelle Johnson Tidjani (top right) and Nina Ramsey
Henry Ford Health System in Detroit has added several new senior executives to CEO Wright Lassiter III's management team. Two of the three positions are newly created.
Seth Frazier has been hired for the newly created role of chief strategy officer and executive vice president. Frazier had been chief transformation officer at Arlington, Va.-based Evolent Health. He will be responsible for overall system strategic planning and work with clinical staff and administrative leaders.
Michelle Johnson Tidjani has been named system general counsel, a new position, and senior vice president for business integrity, tax, privacy and security, governance, and risk finance and insurance. Tidjani was deputy chief legal officer with the Cleveland Clinic. She also previously worked for Tenet Healthcare Corp., which owns the Detroit Medical Center.
Nina Ramsey has been named chief human resources officer and is a senior vice president. Ramsey was human resources officer with Kelly Services. She replaced Kathy Oswald, who had been with Henry Ford the past nine years and before that for 28 years at Chrysler Corp.
Ramsey will oversee HR shared services, talent selection, learning and organization development, diversity and inclusion, employee and labor relations, employee health, safety, and wellness, total rewards, central credentialing and security.