Dr. Peter Hahn, who was hired in 2016 as Metro Health's chief medical officer, will start his new position of president and CEO of the health system on Oct. 1, succeeding Michael Faas.
Early population health management supporter Dr. Lee Sacks is retiring as Advocate Aurora Health CMO and founding CEO of Advocate Physician Partners, after a total of more than 40 years at the system.
Mayo Clinic has chosen its Florida CEO, Dr. Gianrico Farrugia, to succeed Dr. John Noseworthy as the health system's next top leader. Farrugia is a physician and researcher who has sought to bring genomics into routine clinical care.
Intermountain Healthcare has added two new executives to its leadership team, replacing a former chief people officer and naming a new chief strategy officer.
Renowned health policy researcher Dr. Elliott Fisher has been placed on paid administrative leave from his position as director of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice pending an investigation into his workplace conduct.
Dr. Mary Bassett spent the last four years seeking to address the poor health outcomes that plague certain New York City neighborhoods and fought high-profile disease outbreaks.
Ascension is the latest health system to add a chief digital officer, a new but increasingly popular role in the industry. Eduardo Conrado comes to Ascension from Motorola.
The director of the Iowa Board of Medicine has abruptly retired following a personnel investigation in which he says he was treated unfairly by state administrators.
The American Hospital Association named St. Luke's Health System CEO Dr. Melinda Estes as chair-elect designate of the organization's board of trustees.
Dr. Toby Cosgrove, who served as CEO of the Cleveland Clinic from 2004 until the end of 2017, will advise the Google Cloud healthcare and life sciences team.
John Starcher, CEO of Mercy Health, will lead the new organization with Bon Secours Health System after the merger closes, likely in the fall. Richard Statuto, longtime CEO of Bon Secours, will retire next year.
Ascension Medical Group has picked former VA official Dr. Baligh Yehia as the organization's chief medical officer.