Chicago, IL - American Hospital Association (AHA) based in Chicago, Illinois seeks a dynamic, innovative and distinguished executive to serve as its next Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer (SVP, COO), Center for Health Innovation. This is an exceptional opportunity at one of the most respected healthcare entities in the United States. At this critical point in healthcare delivery, there is not a better time to lead US Hospitals toward patient centered healthcare solutions to bring more value to its communities and patients.
Founded in 1898, AHA is the national organization serving hospitals, health care systems, care networks, and their communities. Nearly 5,000 organizations and 43,000 individual members come together to form the AHA. As the central advocacy association working on behalf of US Hospitals, the AHA and its Center for Health Innovation (Center) address challenges that matter most to the field. The Center harnesses the collective capabilities of the AHA by converging the Health Forum, Health Research & Educational Trust, AHA Data Center and The Value Initiative to enhance public policy, innovation and field engagement. The Center serves as the scalable platform for disruption, collaboration and transformation towards new health care models.
This executive will be adept at networking, sourcing, evaluating, negotiating and executing strategic partnership opportunities focused on growth and positive impact to members and the organization. The leader is the ultimate growth trailblazer through innovation to enhance positive change across the field. The SVP, COO will have employee and budget oversight for the Center and must possess broad knowledge of the healthcare landscape, business strategy, leadership and innovation frameworks and trends. All nominations, expressions of interest and applications including resumes for this exciting leadership position should be directed to Jim Gauss, Linda Komnick, Tom Quinn and Vinny Gossain via email to email@example.com.
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