OSF Healthcare System Names Central Region CEO

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As OSF HealthCare moves to a regional leadership structure to better meet the health goals for the communities it serves, Robert Sehring has been named CEO of the Central Region which includes the communities around Peoria, Galesburg, Monmouth and Kewanee, IL.

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Bob Sehring, OSF HealthCare Central Region CEO

“As our health system continues to grow and innovate, a regional leadership structure allows us to approach the communities we serve in a coordinated and efficient manner.” - Kevin Schoeplein, OSF Healthcare System CEO.

OSF HealthCare is proud to announce one of its leading experts on the transformation to value-based health care has been named CEO of its Central Region.

Robert Sehring assumed the leadership position March 9. Sehring, from Dunlap, IL, has spent his entire career in health care, joining OSF HealthCare in 2002, most recently as Chief Ministry Services Officer where he was responsible for overseeing the operations of a number of system-wide shared services.

Sehring has played an integral role as OSF HealthCare continues to be a leader in the evolution of health care. He has been responsible for the Ministry’s accountable care relationships, including its status as a Pioneer Accountable Care Organization.

OSF HealthCare moved to a regional leadership structure to better meet the health goals for the communities it serves. Regional CEOs are responsible for ensuring services are accessible and organized to best meet the unique needs of patients.

“As our health system continues to grow and innovate, a regional leadership structure allows us to approach the communities we serve in a coordinated and efficient manner,” said Kevin Schoeplein, OSF Healthcare System CEO. “It’s about looking out for the total health and well-being of our communities, and collaborating with other providers and community services to provide whatever the people in our regions need.”

As CEO of the Central Region, Sehring will coordinate services in the area which includes the communities around Peoria, Galesburg, Monmouth and Kewanee, the four OSF hospitals (OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, OSF St. Mary Medical Center, OSF Holy Family Medical Center, and OSF Saint Luke Medical Center), in addition to numerous physician practices and services within the region.

Sehring joins CEOs from the Northern, Eastern and I-80 Regions of Illinois and Michigan on the leadership team of OSF HealthCare. He will continue to serve, along with Ministry CEO Kevin Schoeplein, on the Health Care Transformation Task Force, an elite group of health systems, health insurers, purchasers, employers and patients who are working together to lead sweeping transformation of national health care over the next five years.

About OSF Healthcare System
OSF HealthCare, an integrated health system owned and operated by The Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, Peoria, Illinois, consisting of ten acute care facilities and two colleges of nursing. OSF also has a physician organization, employing nearly 700 physicians in various specialties and more than 300 advanced practitioners who are part of the OSF Medical Group. To align more closely our care delivery system with physicians we developed clinical service lines in cardiovascular services, neurosciences and pediatrics. OSF HealthCare owns OSF Home Care Services and OSF Saint Francis, Inc., comprised of health care-related businesses, and OSF Healthcare Foundation, its philanthropic arm. For more information, visit: http://www.osfhealthcare.org.

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