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Adventist Health appoints chief financial officer to support vision of bringing health, well-being into reach

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Todd Hofheins, a visionary chief financial officer with more than 25 years of experience, is joining Adventist Health in early September, CEO Scott Reiner announced.

“I’m excited to welcome Todd to Adventist Health,” Reiner said. “His extensive success with system finance strategies, health plans, and wellness programs make him an ideal fit for Adventist Health’s vision of bringing health and well-being into reach for everyone.”

Hofheins previously served as executive vice president and CFO of HealthPartners, the largest nonprofit consumer-governed healthcare organization in the nation, with more than 1.8 million medical and dental health plan members nationwide. Prior to joining HealthPartners, he served as executive vice president and CFO at Providence St. Joseph Health / Providence Health & Services.

Adventist Health’s faith-based mission, rapid innovation and wellness heritage attracted Hoffheins to the organization. “The U.S. is spending significantly more on healthcare than other countries without that investment translating to better health outcomes. Adventist Health’s focus on well-being to improve the health of individuals and communities holds the promise to make care more affordable, and I look forward to working with the team to support this vision,” he said.

Hofheins earned his bachelor’s of business administration in accounting from Pacific Lutheran University in Washington and his CPA. He is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and was listed among Modern Health Care’s CFOs to know for two years.