WORCESTER — Fallon Health, a not-for-profit healthcare-services organization predominantly focused on government programs, announced the addition of Beth Creavin as vice president and corporate controller. She is responsible for oversight of all corporate accounting functions, procurement, and facilities.
“We are excited to have Beth join Fallon Health,” said Todd Bailey, chief financial officer for Fallon Health. “Committed to providing coordinated, integrated care for older adults and for individuals with complex health needs, our organization requires a forward-thinking financial professional to take on the responsibility of managing accounting activities and developing new systems to streamline the process. We believe her experience and healthcare-industry knowledge make her the right choice to lead in this role.”
Creavin joins Fallon from Point 32 Health, where she served as the corporate controller of Point32Health, the newly formed Tufts-Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (HPHC) entity. Prior to that, she was the vice president and controller for HPHC and served 18 years as Audit director for Deloitte, where she was responsible for all aspects of client service.
She holds a bachelor of business administration degree from UMass Amherst and has completed several programs, including the Emerging Leaders Program at UMass Boston and Negotiation Leadership from Harvard Law School. Additionally, she serves as vice chair of the Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding board of directors.