People on the move: Dec. 23-27
December 27, 2013 in Medical Technology
Cerner Corporation announced that Mitch Daniels has been appointed to the company’s board of directors. He is president of Purdue University, a role he assumed in January 2013 after serving as governor of Indiana since 2004.
Cambridge Health Alliance named Assaad Sayah, MD, as its chief medical officer. He has held several roles within the system, including chief of emergency medicine, medical staff president and his current position as senior vice president of primary and emergency care.
Carolyn Lawson, chief information officer of the Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services, announced her resignation.
The board of directors of the Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center announced former Massachusetts state representative Charley Murphy, as its new president and chief executive officer.
Adventist Health named Jeff Eller president of the Northern California Network. He is leaving his current position as CEO of Sonora Regional Medical Center.
Newman Regional Health in Emporia appointed Robert Wright as the hospital’s new CEO. His most recent positions include serving as the interim CEO of Regional General Hospital in Williston, Fla. and CEO of Kindred Hospital Peoria in Peoria, Ill.
The Sisters of Charity Health System announced the appointment of Terrence P. Kessler as president and CEO. Previously, he served as a member of the Sisters of Charity Health System Board of Directors for 14 years, including six years as chair.
Damond Boatwright will serve as regional president and CEO of hospital operations for SSM Health Care of Wisconsin. He previously led patient-centered care delivery at Overland Park Regional Medical Center in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area.
Agility Health announced the appointment of Gene Miyamoto as chief operating officer. He previously served as COO and executive vice president of Infirmary Health.
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