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Emory Healthcare introduces their new Chief Financial Officer

Andrew Alvarez

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ATLANTA, GA — Brad Haws will join Emory Healthcare as their next chief financial officer (CFO) on August 17, 2021. His role is effective as per that date.

Haws brings to the post more than thirty years of experience in financial leadership in the health care industry. He comes to Emory Healthcare from the University of Iowa Health Care, where he served as associate vice president and chief financial officer. In this position, he was responsible for all financial operations, including revenue cycle finance, accounting, debt structure management, investment strategy, third-party contracting, risk management and strategy development.

In his previous position, Haws had worked for the University of Virginia (UVA) health system for thirteen years, serving in a variety of leadership roles in both the health care group and the school of medicine. Haws joined the University of Virginia following a long career as Chief Financial Officer of Intermountain Health Care, Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Haws holds an MBA from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University (BYU) and a BA in Political Science from BYU.

Jimmy Hatcher, Emory Healthcare's current chief financial officer, will remain with the organization through the end of this calendar year for a planned transition period before retiring in January 2022.

The vast expertise Haws has gained in health care leadership roles, according to Jonathan S. Lewin, MD, executive vice president for health affairs at Emory University and CEO of Emory Healthcare, will be a significant contribution to the organization.

According to Lewin, “Brad has a demonstrated track record of financial leadership in academic health care settings which is pivotal as we adapt to new realities in the wake of the pandemic,” says the executive vice president. “We look forward to working with Jimmy and Brad over the coming months to ensure a seamless transition."

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