Adirondack Health Institute announced the hiring of Kate Clark as chief administrative officer/delivery systems and the promotion of Bob Cawley to chief information officer.
In the role of chief administrative officer/delivery system, Clark provides leadership, management and strategic oversight for the integrated delivery system, including provider relations, quality, population health management and value-based payment.
Prior to joining AHI, Clark served as director of delivery system improvement at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas where she oversaw the Texas 1115/Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program, which focused on achieving the triple aim of improving population health, reducing costs of care and enhancing the patient experience.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from California Coast University. She also earned a certificate in project management from Southern Methodist University and is a certified professional in healthcare information and management systems.
As chief information officer, Cawley directs, plans, organizes and controls all activities of the Information Services Department to ensure the effective and efficient operation of all systems, applications, reporting and analytic processes.
Cawley previously held the position of director of health system transformation of AHI, leading the Adirondack Medical Home Initiative, Physician Practice Support Organizations, and Telemedicine program. Prior to joining AHI in 2012, he was a program manager at MVP, responsible for Medical Home activities. Earlier in his career, he managed MVP’s provider database where he worked with the professional relations and credentialing departments to streamline credentialing and provider directory maintenance processes.
Cawley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and finance from Kent State University.
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TD Bank has promoted Kerri E. Healy to vice president, store manager of the locations at 54 Quaker Road in Queensbury and in Glens Falls at 99 Main St. and 28 Maple St.
Healy is responsible for new business development, consumer and business lending, managing personnel and overseeing the day-to-day operations at the three stores serving customers throughout Saratoga and Warren counties in Upstate New York.
Healy has 22 years of retail banking experience. She joined TD Bank in 2010 and most recently served as assistant vice president, store manager at 99 Main St. in South Glens Falls. She is a member of BNI’s Triple Crown Referrals Chapter.
A resident of Saratoga Springs, Healy serves as an ambassador of the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce. She is a graduate of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica and the University of Phoenix. Healy graduated from South Glens Falls High School.
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Kathleen Grasmeder, senior vice president, financial planning specialist and financial advisor with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Glens Falls, was one of several hundred financial advisors who were selected by their firms to attend the annual Barron’s Top Women Advisors Summit, hosted by Barron’s magazine to promote best practices in the industry and the value of advice to the investing public.
The invitation-only conference was held at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Fla.
The exclusive conference is designed to promote best practices and generate new ideas across the industry. Participants attended workshops, many led by the Top 100 women financial advisors, that explored issues ranging from business development ideas, through managing high-net-worth accounts and families, to portfolio management and retirement planning.
Also in attendance were many of the Top 100 women financial advisors in the U.S., as ranked and published in Barron’s June 6, 2016, issue.
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Vicky Campbell, captain of the Salem Rescue Squad in Washington County, is one of five 2016 Rural Health Champions announced by Adirondack Health Institute.
The annual Rural Health Champion recognition is a collaborative effort of the North Country’s seven Rural Health Networks, including the Adirondack Rural Health Network (ARHN), a program of AHI, supported with funds from the state Department of Health Charles D. Cook Office of Rural Health.
Campbell was nominated by Kathy Jo McIntyre, fellow member of the Southern Washington/Northeastern Rensselaer County Mobile Health Steering Committee, who commended Campbell for her dedication to her community and the surrounding communities to provide care, safety and programs in a rural setting.