Adven/tist's chief strategy officer resigns amid restructuring
Adven/tist Health shuffled its senior leadership team to further support its employees, mission and 2030 transformation strategy, and its president and chief strategy officer resigned, the Roseville, Calif.-based health system said Jan. 28.
Adven/tist Health announced three leadership changes:
1. Todd Hofheins will serve as COO of Adven/tist Health. Mr. Hofheins became CFO of Adven/tist Health in 2020 after serving as executive vice president and CFO of Bloomington, Minn.-based HealthPartners.
2. John Beaman is the new CFO of Adven/tist Health, a $5 billion corporation. Before this role, Mr. Beaman was chief business and people officer of Adven/tist Health. Mr. Beaman also previously served as vice president and senior financial officer for Adven/tist Health and CFO of Adven/tist Health hospitals in Bakersfield and Simi Valley, Calif.
3. Bill Wing, president and chief strategy officer of Adven/tist Health, is stepping down. Mr. Wing played a significant part in developing Adven/tist Health's 2030 strategy, which is focused on the health system transitioning from a solely hospital-centered organization to a health company, the health system said. Adven/tist Health also credited him with playing a key role in acquiring community health research company Blue Zones and accelerating the launch of the health system's "hospital-at-home" initiative in 2020.