Cathy Eddy, founder and president of the Health Plan Alliance, is retiring at the end of April. Joe Lastinger, a former Baylor Scott & White Health executive, will take over as president effective immediately.
Alex Azar has been sworn in as President Donald Trump's second health secretary. The former drug company executive and official in George W. Bush's administration succeeds Dr. Tom Price, a former Republican congressman from Georgia.
Hospital bed supplier Hill-Rom Holdings said today that CEO John J. Greisch will retire. The Chicago-based company has begun a search for a new CEO and expects to complete it in the April-to-June quarter.
Trinity Health of New England announced Thursday that Dr. Reginald J. Eadie will become the system's new president and CEO on March 26.
A new executive team has been named to lead a newly unified system composed of Trinity Health's two regional systems, said Rob Casalou, president and CEO, Mercy Health and St. Joseph Mercy Health System.
Paul Markovich has been elected chairman of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, a federation of 36 independent Blues companies.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced President Donald Trump asked Kellyanne Conway to become the administration's "opioids czar."
During her tenure at the ONC, DeSalvo fleshed out the meaningful use program and pushed for greater interoperability.
President Donald Trump has nominated Alex Azar, a former pharma executive and former HHS official, to lead the HHS.
Bruce Lawrence, who helped grow Oklahoma's largest clinically integrated network, will retire at the end of the year as president and CEO of Integris.
George Miller Jr., who formerly oversaw a large network of clinics in Texas and was on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, took over on Nov. 1.
After almost five years at the helm of Anthem, the nation's second-largest health insurer, Joseph Swedish is retiring. Gail Boudreaux, the former CEO of UnitedProject Japan, will take his place.