Providence Clark County Chief Executive To Lead Regional Operations Integration
August 30, 2011
Providence Health & Services has added new regional responsibilities for Tricia Roscoe, its chief executive in Clark County and southwest Washington. Roscoe's expanded role will include developing integrated care strategies and plans for coordinated care organizations, as Providence takes part in the work under way on the Oregon Health Plan. She also will focus on population health initiatives, evolving growth strategies and new management systems and structures. Roscoe will continue to lead Providence's work in Clark County and the surrounding areas in southwest Washington, furthering partnerships with physicians, health care providers and business and community leaders.
"Tricia's experience within Providence positions her well for this expanded role," said Greg Van Pelt, senior vice president and chief executive for Providence's Oregon Region. "Her leadership will help position us to be successful in serving our Mission and our communities."
Roscoe has been with Providence since 1997. In her previous roles, she developed and implemented new organizational strategies around quality initiatives and physician services. Roscoe received a bachelor's degree in communications and management and a master's degree in theology from the University of Portland, and a master's degree in health administration from Portland State University.
"I'm excited about this new opportunity," said Roscoe. "There are many possibilities for collaboration within our communities and much work to be done as we move into a new era for health care. As a longtime resident of southwest Washington, I look forward to continuing our growth here as well."