In June, Michelle Hood, president and CEO, EMHS, participated in an on-camera interview with H&HN about Maine’s unique challenges as a rural state and the need for innovation and collaboration to ensure access to healthcare services are available closer to home in all communities.
Barry McCrum, owner and president of McCrum and Company and previous senior vice president for Government and Public Affairs at Time Warner Cable has been elected as the next chair of the EMHS Board of Directors. The election was held during the board’s annual meeting June 14 at the EMHS Home Office in Brewer. Stephen Rich, of Glenburn, was elected vice-chair.
Technology is making it easier for patients and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety, and patient-provider relationships. New tools are helping patients become more actively involved in their care and maintain their health, according to results of the nineteenth Annual Health Care’s Most Wired® survey, released today by the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Health Forum.
After 40 years of service to EMHS, Acadia Hospital president, Daniel B. Coffey, has announced he will retire September 30, 2017. EMHS CEO Michelle Hood said, “His vision, passion, and administrative skills have helped to transform the organization into a fiscally sound, innovative psychiatric facility. Dan has always spoken up for the best interests of the system, as well as Acadia Hospital, and his experience and knowledge will be greatly missed.”
Steve Berkowitz, MD has accepted an expanded interim role as EMHS chief medical officer, in addition to his current role as interim president of the newly formed system medical group.
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