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CHA Announces new VP of Clinical Performance and Transformation

CHA is pleased to announce Debby Rogers, RN, MS, as vice president of clinical performance and transformation. In this role, Rogers will strengthen policy and regulatory leadership on quality and performance issues. In addition, she will provide clinical and regulatory expertise in the transformation of health care delivery. Most recently, Rogers served as the health care reform consultant to the Assembly Republican Caucus. Prior to working for the Assembly, she was the deputy director for the Center for Health Care Quality at the California Department of Public Health, served as CHA’s vice president for quality and emergency services, and was associate secretary for legislative affairs for the California Health and Human Services Agency. Rogers spent 10 years with the Legislature as a consultant on health and human services issues and has many years of experience as a registered nurse, base hospital coordinator, emergency clinical nurse specialist and nurse manager.

“We are delighted to have Debby return to CHA,” said CHA President/CEO C. Duane Dauner. “Her background, expertise, commitment to improving health care quality, and vast knowledge of clinical policy issues make her an excellent addition to the team.”