Last month, OneOncology announced three new appointments to its executive team, adding to a roster of leaders committed to physician collaboration, as well as clinical, technological and financial excellence.
Natalie Dickson, MD, chief medical officer of Tennessee Oncology, has been appointed as chairperson of OneCouncil, the company's clinical advisory and governance board. OneCouncil is comprised of oncologists from each practice in the network and directs the OneOncology executive team on clinical and strategic initiatives.
Garrick Bernstein has been appointed chief financial officer for OneOncology and will lead all finance, accounting, real estate and investor relations functions. Bernstein has 20 years of experience in financial services and in high-growth healthcare organizations. Previously, he served as CFO for One Medical Group and CFO and executive vice president of Healthgrades.
David Stewart has been tapped as chief information officer with responsibility for defining and delivering information technology strategy and capabilities across OneOncology and practice partners. In addition to decades of healthcare experience, Stewart's information technology portfolio spans the financial services and manufacturing industries. Most recently, he was the CIO of Tennessee Oncology.
OneOncology launched in September 2018 with three leading independent oncology practices - Tennessee Oncology, New York Cancer & Blood Specialists and West Cancer Center. The rapidly growing organization announced in May that Arizona Blood & Cancer Specialists has joined the partnership. OneOncology's network now represents nearly 250 physicians practicing at 70 sites of care.