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Travis An­der­sen has been named pres­i­dent and CEO of Columbia St. Mary’s Health Sys­tem in Milwaukee, ef­fec­tive Aug. 4. He re­places Mark Tay­lor, who re­tired at the end of June. Columbia St. Mary’s is part of As­cen­sion Health.

Most re­cently, An­der­sen, 43, was pres­i­dent of St. El­iz­a­beth Hospi­tal in Ap­ple­ton, Wis., and also over­saw Calumet Med­i­cal Cen­ter, a crit­i­calac­cess hospi­tal in Chilton, Wis. Both hos­pi­tals are part of Min­istry Health Care. Pre­vi­ously, An­der­sen served as di­rec­tor of busi­ness de­vel­op­ment with Affin­ity Health Sys­tem, which be­came part of Min­istry Health in 2012.

Ken­tuck­yOne Health has named Randy Combs CFO, ef­fec­tive this month.

Combs, 57, joins Ken­tuck­yOne, a Louisville, Ky.-based sub­sidiary of Catholic Health Ini­tia­tives, from Ch­ester­field, Mo.based Mercy Health. He has more than 35 years of health­care ex­pe­ri­ence, hav­ing served 22 of those years as a CFO at hos­pi­tals or health sys­tems. He re­places Melvin Alexan­der, who left the or­ga­ni­za­tion last year.

Cori­zon Health, a for-profit provider of health­care ser­vices at pris­ons, has named Scott Bow­ers pres­i­dent and COO, ef­fec­tive Aug. 4.

Most re­cently, Bow­ers, 43, was pres­i­dent and CEO of Unit­edHealth­care Com­mu­nity Plan of Ten­nessee, a Med­i­caid man­aged­care plan within Unit­edHealth Group. He also served as pres­i­dent and CEO of Unit­edHealth­care’s mid-At­lantic sub­sidiary.

Cori­zon, based in Brent­wood, Tenn., pro­vides health­care to in­mates in more than 550 pris­ons across the coun­try. In fis­cal 2013, the com­pany had about $1.2 bil­lion in rev­enue, ac­cord­ing to Moody’s In­vestors Ser­vice.



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