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Davidson Named Regional Health Chief Operating Officer

Dec 29, 2015 10:17AM ● By MED Magazine

Paulette Davidson, FACHE, CMPE, MBA, has been selected Regional Health’s new Chief Operating Officer and Ronald Amodeo is the new Innovation and Growth Officer.


Davidson is a Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) who comes to Regional Health 

from Nebraska Medicine in Omaha, where she was system Chief Human Capital and Patient Experience Officer. A Fellow in the College of American Health Care Executives (FACHE), Davidson has a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business in South Bend, Indiana and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.


Davidson had previously worked as the Chief Executive Officer of Nebraska Medicine’s Bellevue Medical Center in Bellevue. She also worked at Indiana University Health Goshen Hospital in Goshen, Indiana where she fulfilled several senior leadership roles, including Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Hospital Operations.


In her new position, Davidson will focus on clinical operations and strengthening corporate culture to benefit patient care and services. She will also oversee several key leaders within Regional Health.


Amodeo comes to Regional Health from the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota where he was Director of the Office of Business Development. He holds an MA from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and English from Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania.


Amodeo has successfully implemented joint and new business ventures, including some international and is the founder of several startup companies in the technology, engineering and consulting industries. In his new role at Regional, Amodeo will focus on strategies related to business growth in the marketplace, service line enhancement, retail opportunities, and improved business development.



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