We need specialists with clear job functions who can focus on the future growth of The Center and CHAMPS. These organizational changes will allow us to work more effectively and efficiently in 2018.
CLEVELAND (PRWEB) February 13, 2018
On Wednesday, Feb. 7, The Center for Health Affairs and CHAMPS Healthcare’s Interim President & CEO Phil Mazanec announced two organizational changes at an all-team member meeting:
YOLANDI MYERS, SENIOR V.P. OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS
Yolandi Myers has been promoted from vice president of CHAMPS Group Purchasing to senior vice president of business operations for The Center and CHAMPS. In this new role, Myers will oversee CHAMPS Group Purchasing, CHAMPS Oncology and Marketing for the organization.
“There are many strategic business and marketing concepts that have been successful for CHAMPS GPO under Myers’ leadership that she will be able to implement across the entire organization,” said Mazanec. “This promotion is well-deserved and will better prepare us for future success.”
TRACY WISE, V.P. OF CHAMPS GROUP PURCHASING
Tracy Wise has been promoted from associate vice president of CHAMPS Group Purchasing to vice president of CHAMPS Group Purchasing. In this role, she is responsible for leading the division’s ongoing growth, customer satisfaction and retention, as well as helping GPO customers maximize their savings and increasing contract utilization.
“Wise has proven to be a great collaborator with a good vision to lead this program,” said Mazanec. “She has developed great relationships with the entire GPO team and is certainly qualified for this promotion and new role.”
In addition to these promotions, Senior Vice President of Member Services Lisa Anderson will now oversee corporate communications and the Northeast Ohio Hospital Opioid Consortium. These key organizational changes come a little less than two months after Mazanec, formerly the organization’s chief operating officer, accepted the position as The Center and CHAMPS’ Interim President & CEO.
“In my short time leading the organization, it has become clear we need to rely more on the strength and talent that currently exists among our team,” said Mazanec. “Our organizational structure had become too flat. We need specialists with clear job functions who can focus on the future growth of The Center and CHAMPS. These organizational changes will allow us to work more effectively and efficiently in 2018.”
To learn more about The Center and CHAMPS, as well as the recent organizational changes, contact us.
With a rich history as the Northeast Ohio hospital association, dating back to 1916, The Center for Health Affairs serves as the collective voice of hospitals and the source for Northeast Ohio hospital and healthcare information. As the leading advocate for Northeast Ohio hospitals, The Center aims to enhance the effectiveness of the healthcare community and the health of the communities it serves by providing expertise, resources and solutions to address the challenges faced by the region’s healthcare providers. The Center’s efforts focus on areas that benefit member hospitals from a regional approach, including healthcare workforce; emergency preparedness; public policy and advocacy; finance and reimbursement; and community initiatives. And because of its business affiliation with CHAMPS Healthcare, The Center has the resources to provide a broad level of professional services to its members. The Center, located in downtown Cleveland, is proud to represent 36 member hospitals in nine counties. For more, visit neohospitals.org. The Center for Health Affairs is honored to be named as one of The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Top Workplaces in 2014 and 2015, as well as to ERC’s NorthCoast99 List in 2003, 2004, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.