Hospitalist movers and shakers – May 2018


Brent W. Burkey, MD, SFHM, a longtime hospitalist at the Cleveland Clinic, has been named the president of Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk, Ohio. Dr. Burkey has been the chief medical officer at the Cleveland Clinic’s Avon, Ohio, location the past 2 years. He helped the clinic open the Avon hospital in 2016 when he served as vice president of medical affairs.

Dr. Burkey has been a clinical hospitalist since 2004, and he has a master’s degree in business administration from Cleveland State University. He will run all hospital and medical center operations at Fisher-Titus, including quality and safety.

Dr. Christopher Maiona

Dr. Christopher Maiona

Christopher Maiona, MD, SFHM, a longtime veteran of hospital medicine, has been named the chief medical officer for PatientKeeper, a physician-centered software company based in Waltham, Mass. Dr. Maiona will guide the company’s product development, deployment, and optimization efforts.

Dr. Maiona has extensive experience as a practicing hospital physician and as an executive. Most recently, he served as national medical director for TeamHealth of Knoxville, Tenn. He also has been an instructor at Tufts University and Harvard Medical School, both in Boston.

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