Tricia Roscoe named interim senior VP of strategy, innovation & development
Tricia Roscoe has been named interim senior vice president for strategy, innovation and development with PeaceHealth. Roscoe will be responsible for strategic and operational planning, marketing and communications, population health management and payer relations for the not-for-profit system.
“We are pleased to have an individual with Tricia’s talent and experience join the executive team at PeaceHealth,” said Alan Yordy, PeaceHealth’s president and chief mission officer. “I’m confident her skill in ministry leadership, business development and mission integration will help us stay on track to success.”
Roscoe spent 16 years with Providence Health & Services, most recently serving as the chief executive for market and business development in Oregon and southwest Washington. Since leaving Providence, she has consulted on several projects focused on community partner engagement and driving transformative change in healthcare. She holds a Master of Public Health from Portland State University, as well as a Master of Art in theology and a Bachelor of Arts in communication and management from the University of Portland.
“I’m excited to join PeaceHealth during this time of growth and collaboration,” said Roscoe. “I’m also proud to join an organization with such a strong commitment to serving everyone in the community, especially the poor and the vulnerable.”
Roscoe serves on the boards of the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington and Seton Catholic High School and volunteers with many community organizations. She was instrumental in the formation of Health Share of Oregon CCO and has also served on many other regional groups working to improve health care.
PeaceHealth, based in Vancouver, Wash., is a not-for-profit Catholic health system offering care to communities in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. PeaceHealth has approximately 16,000 caregivers, a multi-specialty medical group practice with more than 800 physicians and providers, a comprehensive laboratory system, and nine medical centers serving both urban and rural communities throughout the Northwest. In 1890, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace founded what has become PeaceHealth. Today, PeaceHealth is the legacy of its founding Sisters and continues to serve communities when invited to do so with a spirit of collaboration and stewardship. This is The Spirit of Healing – The Spirit of PeaceHealth.