Modern Healthcare has selected ChristianaCare President and CEO Janice Nevin, M.D., MPH, as one of America’s 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives for the third consecutive year.
The editors focused on Dr. Nevin’s work to expand value-based care through ChristianaCare’s partnership with Highmark Health. They also highlighted efforts to get patients care where they live – through expanded virtual and digital services including Hospital Care at Home and mobile health vans focused on delivering care in underserved communities.
“We are always grateful but never surprised when the health care industry recognizes Dr. Nevin’s passion, dedication and inspirational leadership,” said Nick Marsini, chair of the Board of Directors of ChristianaCare.
“Her vision and actions creating better health care in Delaware have reached into Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and across the country. ChristianaCare is fortunate to be the beneficiary of her insights and talent.”
Dr. Nevin has headed ChristianaCare since 2014. The health system has grown significantly under her leadership while also continuing to be recognized as one of the nation’s best for quality and safety along with being one of the best workplaces in America. This year, Forbes ranked ChristianaCare as a Best Employer for Diversity and Inclusion in the U.S. for the second consecutive time.
The 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives award program honors individuals in health care who the senior editors of Modern Healthcare, and their peers, deem to be paving the way to better health through their executive responsibility, leadership qualities, innovation, community service and achievements inside and outside of their respective organizations.
“Clinician leaders have shouldered a heavy load for health care organizations and the country at large throughout the past few years. We are proud to recognize those leaders who have risen to the occasion and then some,” said Fawn Lopez, publisher of Modern Healthcare.
“These 50 honorees have demonstrated leadership and innovation in a time of crisis and made a vital impact on the success of their organizations, the well-being of the health care workforce and the health of their patients and communities.”
All of this year’s honorees are profiled in the June 20 issue of Modern Healthcare magazine.