ON THE MOVE ...
Charles Miller, CEO of Piedmont Medical Center, Rock Hill, S.C., will move to a position with Piedmont’s parent, Tenet Healthcare Corp., in hospital operations for the Dallasbased company’s southern region, effective March 19. Miller, 60, has been the top executive at Piedmont for the past 14 years. Phil Shaw
will serve as the hospital’s interim CEO. Shaw, 61, most recently was interim CEO at Tenet’s East Cooper Medical Center in Mount Pleasant, S.C. … is stepping down as president and CEO of
Al Stubblefield Baptist Health Care Corp. in Pensacola, Fla., and will be succeeded by Faulkner, 43, will assume the
Mark Faulkner. role June 1, becoming only the fourth CEO of the 60-year-old organization. Faulkner has worked in Baptist facilities since 1993, including as COO and executive VP since 2010. Stubblefield, 59, will become president emeritus of the system and remain president of the Baptist Leadership Group. He has served as CEO since 1999. … Health Management Associates hired as senior VP of payer relations, a new
Jack Towsley position at the Naples, Fla.-based hospital company. Towsley, 44, joined HMA after 10 years with HCA, Nashville, where he most recently was corporate VP of strategic pricing and analytics. Towsley started at HMA on Feb. 6, and his responsibilities include managed-care contracting and payer network development. ... Indiana University Health named Alicia Schulhof
as the new COO of Riley Hospital for Children, part of IU Health in Indianapolis. Schulhof, 32, starts the job April 16 at Riley, where she had been a volunteer as a teenager, according to a news release. For the past five years, she was COO for Brandon (Fla.) Regional Hospital. Schulhof replaces who left in July to become senior VP of
Brett Lee clinical operations Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Kimberly Horn resigned as president and CEO of Priority Health, a health plan owned primarily by Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, Mich. Horn will continue to lead the company until May 1, when Spectrum Executive VP and CFO will take over as interim
Michael Freed CEO, according to a Priority Health news release. Horn has been CEO of the health plan for 15 years, during which the company grew its enrollment to more than 600,000 from about 120,000, according to the release. Most of those members are in Priority Health’s Michigan HMO plans, although the company also markets a PPO plan nationally. The executives’ ages were not provided. … Wellpoint, Indianapolis, named to the newly
V. Rajamannar Madabhushi created role of executive VP of its senior business and chief transformation officer. Rajamannar comes to Wellpoint from Humana, Louisville, Ky., where he was senior VP and chief innovation and marketing officer. His new responsibilities include Wellpoint’s senior and international businesses, and market and product innovation. His age was not provided.