Jennifer Miff named new president of DFWHC Foundation
IRVING, TX – The Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) announced today that Jennifer Miff has been named the new President of the DFWHC Foundation. Miff will replace Kristin Tesmer, the long-time former president of the DFWHC Foundation who stepped down in September.
Miff has extensive experience leading data analytics to drive growth and organizational improvement. She has led research projects in healthcare, electronics and government sectors. Earlier in her career, Miff assisted with the launch of the Baldridge Performance Excellence Program’s first Healthcare Criteria and managed the program’s outreach, events and relationships. Most recently, she served as a vice president at Medecision, Inc., an integrated health solutions and analytics company for provider and payer markets.
W. Stephen Love, President/CEO of DFWHC, stated “We are fortunate to have Jennifer join our team and we are looking forward to her leadership in our Foundation. She has an impressive array of knowledge in workforce strategy and healthcare markets. Her notable background also includes studies involving the social drivers of healthcare and opportunities for differentiation.”
Pam Stoyanoff, president and chief operating officer of Methodist Health System and chair for the DFWHC Foundation, said she had great expectations for Miff’s contributions.
“I am excited to work with Jennifer and look forward to this next chapter for the Foundation,” she said. “The work of the Foundation serves all of our healthcare systems well and there is much more to come!”
Miff was enthusiastic about her new challenge.
“I am thrilled to be leading the DFWHC Foundation,” she said. “We have a tremendous opportunity to deliver insights that improve patient engagement, clinician experience and community collaboration to drive improved outcomes and a lower cost of care.”
Miff will assume her new role in late October.
The DFWHC Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to continually improve the community’s health by promoting safe, high quality, cost effective, accessible and equitable healthcare and by strengthening the healthcare workforce through education and research.