Nonprofit hires CEO

Nonprofit hires CEO

Tracey McKnight. Courtesy Care Resources PACE

A nonprofit that offers care to seniors has a new leader.

Care Resources PACE hired Tracey McKnight as CEO, according to the organization last week.

McKnight brings more than 39 years of health care experience in the areas of financial, operational and strategic planning management.

She has particular experience in the areas of clinical nursing, home health, care management, physician integrations, revenue cycle and systems integration.

McKnight has spent the last 20 years at Spectrum Health in several leadership positions. Most recently, she was senior director of revenue cycle, responsible for Nexus/Epic revenue cycle applications and workflows for all Spectrum Health entities.

She previously spent 18 years at Holland Hospital in leadership roles and as a nurse.

She holds a master of management degree from Aquinas College and a nursing degree from Grand Valley State University.

She is on the board of directors for the PACE Association of Michigan and is a member of the National PACE Association and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Care Resources PACE a community-based program for people 55 or older needing nursing-home care yet wanting to remain at home.

A team of health care professionals works with participants and their families to develop a care plan meant to promote healthy, independent living.

The organization is funded through Medicare and Medicaid.

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