The Cypress Health Region has an eight-member Senior Leadership Team (SLT) who oversees the administrative structure of the organization.
The Regional Health Authority hires the Chief Executive Officer, who is responsible for the general operations and day-to-day administrative organization of the health region. Beth Vachon was introduced as the Cypress Health Region’s Chief Executive Officer on Wednesday, January 26, 2011.
In turn, the Chief Executive Officer has established a Senior Leadership Team that ensures effective planning, integration and delivery of facility-based and community-based programs and services across the region.
The Team consists of the following members:
- Beth Vachon – Chief Executive Officer
- Beth Adashynski – Vice President Performance & Quality
- Bryce Martin – Vice President Primary Health Care
- Dr. Ivo Radevski – Vice President Acute Care
- Brenda Schwan – Vice President Continuing Care
- Larry Allsen – Chief Financial Officer, Vice President Corporate Services
The reporting structure of the Senior Leadership Team is depicted in this Organizational Chart.
Cypress Health Region Achieves Performance Targets in 2013/14 Fiscal Year
Over the 2013-14 fiscal year, CEOs and Senior Executives from health regions across the province and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency have been part of a ‘Executive Pay for Performance Plan’ (EPPP) model. CEOs and Senior Executive staff play a critical role in our health system and are being asked to lead transformational change throughout the health system. The EPPP measures and appropriately compensates for senior level responsibility to successfully achieve established objectives.
As part of government-wide fiscal restraint measures, the Executive Pay-For-Performance Plan has been suspended for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 fiscal years. Health region CEOs and Vice-Presidents will receive their base rate of pay (100 per cent of their salary) for 2014-15 and 2015-16.
Description – provides the system, organizational, patient/client experience, and behavioral results for measures of performance; includes targets, levels of achievement, analysis, and discussion.
Description – provides the background of the EPPP, goal-setting and weighting of the indicators, and adjusted payment results for the participating members of the Senior Leadership Team.
For additional information on the provincial EPPP please visit the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health EPPP webpage.