By Matt Skoufalos
OneSight of Cincinnati, Ohio, named Katherine Overbey as president and executive director. Overbey joins OneSight from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, where she was the assistant VP of program development and innovation and executive director of its Learning Network Program. Prior to that, she worked in marketing at Procter & Gamble for 15 years.
The Atlanta, Georgia-based Morehouse School of Medicine named Norberto Fas its Associate Dean for Clinical Services at the Veterans Affairs. Most recently, Fas was Deputy Chief of Staff, Inpatient for the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Decatur, Georgia. Since 2011, Fas has been an adjunct professor of preventive medicine at Moorehouse School of Medicine. He also worked as an assistant professor at Emory University School of Medicine. Fas earned his medical degree from University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine and has an Auburn University MBA.
The Los Angeles, California-based American Red Cross Los Angeles Region named Scott J. Olmsted chair of its board of directors. Olmsted is SVP and Group Head for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch technology, media and entertainment group. He has been a board member at the American Red Cross Los Angeles since 2012, and was previously its vice-chair. He succeeds Andrea Davis, director of global crisis management and business continuity at The Walt Disney Company.
KEPRO of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has added Srinivas Achukola as CTO and Mavis O’Neill as VP for growth and business development. Most recently, Achukola was CIO for NaviHealth, and has worked for CareCentrix, FuelQuest, and KLC.
O’Neill joined KEPRO from IBM, and has worked for a variety of healthcare and technology agencies.
The Eagan, Minnesota-based Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota (Blue Cross) named Craig Samitt as president and CEO, succeeding interim CEO Kathleen Blatz. Samitt was most recently EVP and Chief Clinical Officer at Anthem, Inc. He holds a Columbia University medical degree, an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Cold Chain Technologies of Franklin, Massachusetts has named Rose Callahan its VP of quality assurance and regulatory affairs. Callahan joined CCT in June 2007, and has been quality manager, operations manager and, most recently, director of quality assurance and regulatory affairs.
The Fairfax, Virginia-based Salient CRGT, Inc. promoted VP Edward Schmitt to SVP, leading its Health Services Group. Schmitt has been with Salient CRGT since 2017 after the acquisition of Information Innovators Inc. He has spent 22 years in health services, defense logistics, and higher education.
Huntington Hospital of Pasadena, California named Gail Cinexi VP of its enterprise clinical and support services. Cinexi joined the hospital in 1986 as a registered nurse for the surgical intensive care unit, and most recently was director of imaging, cardiology, and gastrointestinal services. She has a BSN from Farleigh Dickinson University and a healthcare management MBA from Western Governors University.
Microbiologics, Inc. of St. Cloud, Minnesota has named Raffaella Giardino executive director for international sales. Giardino was most recently global marketing and strategy executive director for culture media and blood culture, at bioMérieux. She has a bachelor’s of science and master’s of science in food science and technology, a doctorate in microbiology from Università degli Studi di Milano, and an executive MBA from EM Lyon Business School. Giardino began her career as a scientist at the National Research Council (CNRS), Italy, worked in sales and marketing at FOSS, and was R&D and operations director for food diagnostics at the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory at the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense.
MORE Health of Foster City, California has added Monica Francis as national accounts VP and Vivian Jisrawi as director of marketing and design. Francis has been an AVP with Colonial Life in product development and marketing and risk management/group underwriting, and is on the board of the National Association of Supplemental Benefit Insurance (NASBI). Jisrawi has 14 years in agency, non-profit and retail work, and has been a design manager at Pottery Barn and at Gump’s managing catalog; digital and in-store creative and graphic designer at Visual Resource; and a designing creative for GAP, the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and Levi’s
The Miami, Florida-based Parkinson’s Foundation named Howard D. Morgan as chair of its board of directors. Morgan was previously its vice-chair, and is a partner and senior managing director of Argand Partners in New York. He has been as a board member of 20-plus businesses in the United States, Europe, and Australia, and currently serves on the boards of Industrea Acquisition Corp.; Oase Living Water; Harvard Business School Club of New York; Alexander Hamilton Institute; World Press Institute; and Friends of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
Apollo Medical Holdings, Inc. of Glendale, California has added two directors to its board, bringing it from nine to 11 members: Ernest A. Bates and J. Mario Molina. Bates, a board-certified neurosurgeon, founded American Shared Hospital Services in 1977, and has been its CEO and chairman since 1983. He is a trustee emeritus of Johns Hopkins University, where he also served on the boards of visitors of the Johns Hopkins Medical Center and the Johns Hopkins Neurosurgery Advisory Board. He currently serves on the Board of Shared Imaging, LLC. Molina was president, CEO and chairman of Molina Healthcare, Inc. from 1996 to 2017, and is currently president and owner of Golden Shore Medical Group. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Novuson of Bothell, Washington has named Derek Khorsand its CMO. Khorsand is a resident physician of interventional radiology at the University of Washington Medical Center.
The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has named Diva D. De León-Crutchlow chief of endocrinology and diabetes, succeeding Michael Levine. De León-Crutchlow has been with CHOP since 1999; in 2012, she became director of the Congenital Hyperinsulinism Center at CHOP. She is also an associate professor of Pediatrics in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
Delphi Behavioral Health Group of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has named Linda S. Earhart its COO. Earhart was most recently group VP of operations at Fresenius Medical Care North America, and has been chief administrative officer with Ambulatory Services of America.