Adrienne Chase has joined Logan Health as Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer. Ms. Chase brings over a decade of healthcare compliance and privacy experience and will oversee the corporate compliance and privacy program at Logan Health.
“Logan Health is committed to a culture of safety and compliance,” says Logan Health President & CEO Craig Lambrecht, MD. “We are excited that Adrienne’s leadership and compliance expertise will elevate Logan Health in both these critical areas.”
Ms. Chase comes to Logan Health from Marshfield Health Medical Center – Dickinson in Michigan and Wisconsin, where she served as the Corporate Compliance and Enterprise Risk Officer for the community health system. She earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Mount Senario College and an Executive Juris Doctorate from Concord Law School.
She has child protective services and clinical case management experience in health systems and emergency mental health services and has served in various volunteer roles including Americorp mentoring programs, state court mediations, and a public housing commissioner role.
She recently led an organization through a ransomware event as the Cyber Incident Commander for more than 11 weeks and has spoken nationally, regionally, and at the state level regarding lessons learned in surviving a ransomware attack.
Ms. Chase holds current certifications in Healthcare Compliance and Healthcare Privacy through the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) and gained a Corporate Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) certification through the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE). When not at work, she enjoys the outdoors with skiing, hiking, hunting and fishing.
“I look forward to building relationships with employees and patients, and becoming a valuable and integral part of the community,” says Ms. Chase. “We are a team in healthcare and it takes a team to be successful.”
About Logan Health
Logan Health is a nonprofit, 578-bed health system located in the iconic Flathead Valley of northwest Montana. While the main medical campus is located in Flathead County, Logan Health draws from a total service area covering 13 counties, nearly 40,000 square miles and a population of more than 600,000. The health system consists of five hospitals, more than 50 provider clinics and a host of other health care services, including the nation’s first rural air ambulance service (A.L.E.R.T.), which it has maintained for more than 40 years. Nearly 4,500 physicians, nurses, health care professionals and support staff work together to provide patients and their families with a positive, proactive, patient-centered experience. Founded in 1910, Logan Health has provided exceptional care for more than 100 years to the communities it serves. Throughout its history, the organization has continued to grow and evolve with the growth and changing needs of the communities it serves.