Fresh Faces: TriHealth’s New CFO

TriHealth Names Andrew DeVoe as New CFO

Avondale, Ohio-based nonprofit health system TriHealth has named 49-year-old Andrew DeVoe as its new CFO, the Cincinnati Business Courier reported.

TriHealth, which is is sponsored by Denver-based Catholic Health Initiatives and Cincinnati-based Bethesda Inc., operates six hospitals and has more than 12,000 employees. The organization also operates more than 130 sites of care, including physicians’ offices.

DeVoe, who previously served as senior vice president and CFO for Aria Health System in Philadelphia, joined TriHealth in July as interim CFO. He previously worked for Tenet Healthcare between 1994 and 2003, eventually becoming the organization’s regional vice president of finance. He also served the CFO of the University of Pennsylvania Health System between 2004 and 2007.

At TriHealth, DeVoe replaces Mike Crofton, who assumed into the new role of vice president of operational finance in June.

DeVoe will now oversee financial planning, accounting systems, budgeting, patient financial services, managed care contracting, reimbursement, care management, external financing and investment across TriHealth.

The Missner Group Names New SVP of Property and Asset Management

Angela Aeschliman was recently named the senior vice president of property and asset management at Des Plaines, Illinois-based real estate acquisition, development, asset management, consulting and construction services firm The Missner Group, reported.

Aeschliman is set to replace June McCrory, who is retiring after over 25 years in property management.

Prior to joining The Missner Group, Aeschliman served as the COO of Watermark Property Management, a sister company of Baum Realty Group.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center CEO to Retire in June 2017

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center CEO Dr. James Weinstein plans to retire at the end of June 2017, The Associated Press reported.

Weinstein assumed the role of president and CEO in 2011 following a transition from a dual leadership model in which the presidents of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic and Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital co-governed the organization.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Board of Trustees Chairwoman Anne-Lee Verville is set to co-chair the committee to identify Weinstein’s replacement.

Written by Mary Kate Nelson