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Ethel Hoffman

Vice President of Managed Care

Carolyn PaceEthel Hoffman has an extensive background in the health care industry, having served in various management and executive roles in value based contracting, managed care, provider network development, analytics, strategic planning, business development, practice management and clinical laboratory services.

Ethel’s industry experience crosses a variety of lines of business, including provider services organizations, integrated delivery systems, clinically integrated networks, payor organizations, correctional medicine and healthcare consulting.  With strengths in both strategy development and operations, she is regularly called upon as an industry expert to perform strategic and operational assessments to identify opportunities for enhancements in market positioning and improvements in productivity, efficiency and effectiveness.  

While she has achieved much success in the development and improvement in health care business operations, Ethel is most excited by emerging market trends and seizing opportunities to transform the health care delivery system into one that is high quality and consumer centric.

Ethel holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Lake Erie College, a Master of Business Administration, and a Certificate in Executive Practice Management from The Cleveland Clinic.  

A fellow (FHFMA) with the Healthcare Financial Management Association, served terms on both the National Advisory Council and the Board of Examiners.  She continues to serve on the Peer Review Panel, Innovation Funding Advisory Panel, and a variety of special task forces at the HFMA national level.  

Ethel has been recognized for her contributions to the industry by her peers as well as local and national organizations such as HFMA.  She is also a recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from Cleveland State University.

Ethel volunteers with local nonprofit organizations such as Mesa United Way and Girl Scouts of America, Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, and is a host parent to foreign exchange students.