Here are 6 C-suite moves Becker's reported on in November:
- Paul Minardi, MD, has been named the executive vice president and chief executive officer of the Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente Foundation. Dr. Minardi assumes the role with more than 36 years of experience in medicine, most recently serving as the executive medical director for the Washington Permanente Medical Group.
- Detroit-based Henry Ford Health has appointed Tim Peterson, MD, as the new chief medical officer for Henry Ford Allegiance Medical Group. The new CMO will act as the group's operational leader, assisting with oversight, mentoring, monitoring performance and quality of care.
- The Michigan State Medical Society has appointed Tom George, MD, as its interim CEO beginning Nov. 18. Dr. George has been a member of the society and a practicing physician for 37 years, and is a former state legislator. He will be in charge of meeting member needs at the society.
- Scholar Rock, a clinical-stage biopharma company focused on the treatment of diseases in which protein growth plays a large role, has named Jing Marantz, MD, PhD, as chief medical officer. Most recently, Dr. Marantz served as the executive vice president and chief business officer at Krystal Biotech.
- Sarasota, Fla.-based CAN Community Health, a healthcare system with clinics in six states, including Florida and South Carolina, added Steven Barnett, MD, as its chief medical officer. Dr. Barnett joined CAN Community Health in 2017 at its Columbia, S.C., clinic.
- The Government Employees Health Association, a nonprofit that provides medical benefits to current and former federal employees, has appointed John Johnson, MD, as its chief medical officer. Dr. Johnson will focus on quality improvement and enhancing culturally relevant services to improve member experiences.