(THE DALLES, Ore. – Sept. 30, 2021) — Healthcare executive
Anthony Masciotra, Jr., MBA, CPA, has been elected to the board of trustees
of Mid-Columbia Medical Center, effective immediately.
“I am so pleased to welcome Anthony to the board of trustees,”
said MCMC CEO Dennis Knox. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and
perspective to our board and will be an incredible asset as we continue
our work ensuring MCMC is meeting our community’s growing health
and wellness needs – now and in the future.”
Masciotra is the chief executive officer of the Oregon Health & Science
University Practice Plan, a 2,100-member group of physicians, nurse practitioners,
physician assistants and other licensed independent providers who are
integral to all aspects of clinical care at OHSU. He also serves as Chief
Ambulatory and Professional Practice Officer at OHSU Health and is a member
of the School of Medicine senior leadership team.
Prior to joining OHSU in 2016, he was CEO of UNM Medical Group, Inc., the
faculty practice plan supporting the clinical providers and employees
within the University of New Mexico's School of Medicine. Prior to
that role he served CFO at UNM Cancer Center and has also worked for Lovelace
Health Systems, Cigna Healthcare, Baystate Health Systems and Ernst & Young.
Masciotra is a member of the Academic Medical Group Leadership Roundtable
and the Group on Faculty Practice of the Association of American Medical
Colleges and is a member of several professional organizations including
the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Medical Group
Management Association and Healthcare Financial Management Association.
He earned a Master in Business Administration from the University of New
Mexico Anderson School of Management and a bachelor's degree from
the University of Connecticut.
Founded in 1901, Mid-Columbia Medical Center is a nationally recognized
hospital dedicated to serving residents of The Dalles and its surrounding
communities. In 1992, MCMC became the first hospital in the nation to
integrate the Planetree philosophy of patient care, which emphasizes the
need to address a person’s intellectual, environmental, emotional
and spiritual concerns in addition to their physical needs. As a Planetree-affiliated
hospital, MCMC works to provide a caring, nurturing and educational environment;
puts great efforts into humanizing and demystifying the medical experience;
and strives to empower people to become active partners in their own healthcare.
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