Todd Hofheins serves as executive vice president / chief operating officer for Adventist Health, a not-for-profit health system operating in California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii. As COO, he focuses on the organization’s day-to-day administrative and operational functions, ensuring alignment to strategies and priorities. In this role, he is accountable for the operational, financial and clinical outcomes of the hospitals, clinics and post-acute services.
Founded on Adventist heritage and values, Adventist Health provides compassionate care through more than 27,000 associates in 23 hospitals, including its innovative Adventist Health Hospital@Home virtual hospital, more than 290 clinics, 15 home care agencies and eight hospice agencies. The $5 billion organization also owns Blue Zones, a world leader in using evidence-based ways to help people live longer, better lives.
Todd, a visionary executive with more than 25 years of leadership experience, previously served as CFO and EVP for HealthPartners, the largest nonprofit consumer-governed healthcare organization in the nation, with more than 1.8 million medical and dental health plan members nationwide. His role included developing business and financial strategies to support financial and Triple Aim goals as well as marketplace performance. Prior to joining HealthPartners, he served as CFO and EVP at Providence St. Joseph Health/ Providence Health & Services, managing the system’s operations, budgets and financial services as well as completing six acquisitions. In addition to system experience, Todd held CFO roles in a Providence region, medical center and shared services, among other positions. In these roles, Todd’s responsibilities included operations, payer relationships and strategy in addition to the financial accountabilities.
Todd earned his bachelor’s of business administration in accounting from Pacific Lutheran University in Washington and his CPA. He is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and was listed among Modern Healthcare Magazine’s CFOs to know for two years.