Tridiuum adds chief growth, strategy officer
Tridiuum — a provider of behavioral health solutions — has hired a new chief growth and strategy officer.
Philip Vecchiolli stepped into the role earlier this month. Vecchiolli brings more than 30 years of experience to the job. He comes to the position after most recently leading the large sales and retention team at Optum’s behavioral health division.
At Tridiuum, Vecchiolli will be responsible for revenue-generation strategy and execution for all target markets. He will report to CEO Mark Redlus.
Evolve Treatment Centers hires new medical directors
Evolve Treatment Centers has added two regional medical directors, in addition to launching a new clinical advisory board.
Shikha Verma will serve as medical director in Northern California, while Melissa Vallas will hold the same position in the southern part of the state.
Meanwhile, Bradley Peterson will oversee the new clinical advisory board, which will work with executive clinical leadership to ensure best practices and outcomes.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Evolve specializes in treating teens across California with various behavioral health conditions. It has more than 10 facilities across the state.
InSight + Regroup taps chief people officer
InSight + Regroup, which bills itself as the nation’s largest and most comprehensive telepsychiatry provider, has added a new human resourses executive.
Kelly Lewis stepped into the role of chief people officer earlier this month. Previously, she was an HR leader at companies such as Carenet Healthcare Services, Tandem Hospital Partners, Texas Health Resources, Capital One, Sheltering Arms Physical Rehabilitation Hospitals and McKesson.
In her new position, Lewis will oversee HR and employee engagement teams at InSight + Regroup. She’ll also be responsible for recruiting, onboarding, supporting, engaging and growing administrative and clinical teams.
Ballad Health names new behavioral CEO
Ballad Health — an integrated healthcare system that serves communities in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina and Kentucky — has hired a new vice president and CEO of behavioral health services.
Tammy Albright will step into the role Jan. 1. She is currently CEO of Greeneville Community Hospital.
Based in Johnson City, Tenn., Ballad Health operates 21 hospitals across its geographies, one of which is a behavioral health hospital.
In her new role, Albright will oversee the health system’s behavioral health service line. That includes guiding the strategy, operations and growth of all inpatient and outpatient services. She will also work to expand access to care and improve outcomes, according to a press release announcing the news.