LIEBER NAMED COO AT HARRISON COUNTY HOSPITAL



LIEBER NAMED COO AT HARRISON COUNTY HOSPITAL

Lisa Lieber, MS, RHIA, CHPS, was recently named Chief Operating Officer at Harrison County Hospital. Lieber’s role will report directly to the CEO, Lisa Clunie, MD, and will include providing leadership, management and vision for the hospital to ensure all procedures and systems are in place for HCH to fulfill its mission while providing safe and quality care to patients. She will work closely with others to implement the hospital’s strategic plan, while ensuring daily operations run smoothly.

Lieber joined Harrison County Hospital in 1997 as a Coder in the Health Information Department. She has also held the roles of Registration Coordinator, Health Information Manager, Director of Administrative Services, and Chief Administrative Officer.

During her time in Administration at HCH, Lieber has played an instrumental role in many large-scale projects, including obtaining Critical Access Designation for HCH in 2005, the Hospital relocation to the new campus in 2008, served as co-project manager for the Electronic Medical Record System, and is Project Manager for implementation of provider based clinic status.

Lieber holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management from Indiana University School of Allied Health Science and a Master of Science in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University. She is a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and is certified in Healthcare Privacy and Security (CHPS).

Dr. Clunie and the HCH Board of Trustees agree that Lieber is the right person to take on leading hospital operations in an ever-changing healthcare climate. “Lisa has a proven leadership style that truly upholds the mission of Harrison County Hospital,” said Dr. Clunie. “She has an honesty, resilience, and loyalty that has served the hospital, staff and patients so well for several years. Lisa always keeps the patient and family in the forefront with every decision she makes, which is very refreshing.”