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Boards of Directors - The Center and its Affiliates

The Center for Health Affairs and its affiliates are governed by five boards of directors:

The Center for Health Affairs' Board of Directors

The Center for Health Affairs' board of directors helps support Northeast Ohio hospital advocacy initiatives by focusing efforts on areas that benefit the healthcare community from a regional approach: healthcare workforce; emergency preparedness; public policy & advocacy; finance and reimbursement; and community initiatives. The Center's board of directors is governed by and consists of community leaders and administrators of hospitals and healthcare systems in Northeast Ohio. These individuals are responsible for all business of the association and have the authority to adopt policy for the association. The Center's board consists of elected directors who typically meet quarterly.

GCHA Board

The Greater Cleveland Healthcare Association (GCHA) board of directors is governed by and consists of hospital, academic and community leaders in Northeast Ohio. The GCHA board works to support the association in addressing high priority healthcare needs and issues in the community, especially through emergency preparedness and NEONI. Through its grant program, the board has provided board-designated funds to its Northeast Ohio hospital members and affiliated organizations to support employee wellness programs and most recently, initiatives that align with The Center’s strategic plan. The GCHA board consists of trustees at-large who typically meet quarterly.

CHAMPS Healthcare Boards

CHAMPS Healthcare is governed by two operating boards: Central Hospital Services Inc., a nonprofit cooperative and HealthComp Inc., a for-profit subsidiary. The individuals serving on these boards lend their time and talents to assist the CHAMPS Healthcare management team with long-term growth and sustainability for each major core competency, including: Group Purchasing, Oncology and Benefits Consulting.

HealthComp Foundation Board

In addition to theses boards of directors, the HealthComp Foundation, which was established for the purpose of healthcare grantmaking in 2016 after a donation was made by CHAMPS Healthcare, selected and approved its first slate of new trustees in July 2017. More details coming soon.

To learn more about the boards of directors for The Center and its affiliates, contact Vice President of Corporate Communications Deanna Moore at 216.255.3614 or via email.


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