AHI – Adirondack Health Institute’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Margaret M. Vosburgh as chief executive officer. Vosburgh, who joined the organization on May 26, has more than 25 years of executive experience, most recently as chief operating officer at Stanford University Hospital and Clinics in Palo Alto, California, and executive vice president and chief operating officer at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. She succeeds Cathy A. Homkey who served as AHI CEO since November 2011.
“Margaret has a unique ability to align organizational strategy and employee engagement to achieve tangible results both in business and clinical care settings,” said Daniel Burke, chair, AHI Board of Directors. “She has been particularly successful in partnering with community leaders to develop innovative solutions to meet the needs of the populations served. We are very fortunate to have found someone with her leadership talent and management expertise to lead AHI.”
“It is an exciting time in health care and we have a rare opportunity to transform the delivery system. AHI is an exceptional organization, comprised of talented professionals dedicated to promoting quality, affordable, and accessible health care to residents of the North Country. Together with our members, community partners, and the New York State Department of Health, we will develop a model integrated delivery system,” stated Vosburgh.
Vosburgh holds an MBA from the University of Southern California, a Master of Science degree in Nursing from Russell Sage College, and was awarded a Wharton Fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania. She has published and lectured on topics including high-reliability organizations, organizational design and profitability, employee engagement, and customer satisfaction.