Chief Operating Officer
In his nearly 40 years at The Center for Health Affairs and its business affiliate CHAMPS Healthcare, Phil Mazanec has helped the organization achieve financial success and a prominent position in the Northeast Ohio healthcare community.
As chief operating officer, he lends his leadership, experience and depth of knowledge to the broad portfolio of services to clients and members as well as to the organization’s internal operations. Mazanec joined The Center in 1979 as director of pension services and soon began upward mobility to reach his 1993 position, senior vice president. In this position, Mazanec was responsible for the growth in revenue of CHAMPS Healthcare.
In 2003, Mazanec was named chief operating officer, a role that oversees CHAMPS Healthcare as well as the organization’s human resources, information technology, accounting and facilities functions.
Mazanec helps foster change and plays the role of the needle and thread that strategically turns the company’s daily operations into solutions for clients, member hospitals and the Northeast Ohio healthcare community. Mazanec’s long-term goal for The Center is to become a highly esteemed regional hospital association and make Northeast Ohio the nation’s finest regions for healthcare delivery and accessibility.
Mazanec earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Kent State University and later attended the University of Notre Dame and Gannon University to earn his Master of Business Administration. Mazanec also has his post graduate certificate in healthcare administration from the George Washington University.
Phil Mazanec resides in Chagrin Falls with wife Lisa and is the father of three grown children.
Mazanec's speaking topics include:
- Pension Administration
- Customer Service
- Getting Your Team Motivated
- Keeping Your Talent
- Get to Know Northeast Ohio's Hospital Advocate: The Center for Health Affairs and CHAMPS Healthcare
For more information or to contact Phil Mazanec, please call 800.362.2628 ext. 3611 or contact us.