Bradley Haws named associate vice president and CFO for UI Health Care

Bradley Haws, MBA, chief executive officer of the University of Virginia Physicians Group, has been named associate vice president and chief financial officer for University of Iowa Health Care. He will begin Aug. 20.

Haws succeeds Douglas True, who has served as interim associate vice president and CFO since June 30, 2017, following the retirement of Kenneth Fisher, who had served in the role for 10 years.

“We are pleased to have Brad joining UI Health Care as a member of our executive leadership team,” says Brooks Jackson, MD, MBA, UI vice president for medical affairs and dean of the UI Carver College of Medicine. “He brings a tremendous amount of experience in the financial management in health care, especially in academic medicine. We look forward to his expertise in support to our tripartite mission of medical education, research, and patient care.”

As associate vice president for finance and CFO for UI Health Care, Haws will oversee financial operations for all UI Health Care patient care activities (UI Hospitals and Clinics and UI Physicians) as well as medical education programs and the research enterprise (Carver College of Medicine). He also will serve as a key member of the executive leadership team and maintain responsibility for coordination and collaboration with UI Finance and Operations; the Board of Regents, State of Iowa; and other key constituencies.

Haws joined the University of Virginia Physicians Group in a joint role as both the chief operating officer (COO) and CFO in 2004. In 2007, he also began serving as the senior associate dean for finance and COO of the University of Virginia School of Medicine. In 2010, Haws became CEO of the University of Virginia Physicians Group and continued his dual role as senior associate dean for finance and COO of the University of Virginia School of Medicine. In 2013, he returned to the University of Virginia Physicians Group full-time as CEO while serving as an advisor to the dean of the medical school.

Before joining the University of Virginia, Haws spent 14 years with Intermountain Healthcare, Inc. (IHC) in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was the founding CFO of the Intermountain Medical Group and held that role for roughly 10 years. Prior to his role with the physician group, he spent four years in the IHC corporate office as part of the financial and strategic planning group.

Haws earned BA and MBA degrees from Brigham Young University.