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Business Beat: Lifespan’s Marcia Neiberg joins board of directors of HopeHealth

HopeHealth, a regional nonprofit leader in hospice, palliative care and home care, has announced the appointment of Marcia Neiberg, MBA, to its board of directors. Neiberg is the senior vice president, chief strategy and planning officer, and chief of staff at Lifespan, a non-profit Providence-based health system.

Neiberg brings decades of leadership in strategy, planning and operations of integrated health systems. She joins HopeHealth’s 22 existing board members in strategically advising the organization’s hospice, palliative and home care services across Rhode Island, Greater Boston and southeastern Massachusetts.

“Marcia Neiberg is a strategic force in the field of nonprofit health care in our region, with an impressive track record of helping health systems grow, thrive and continuously improve care,” says board chair Vincent Mor, PhD. “We are honored to now have her among our board of directors.”

At Lifespan, Neiberg provides strategic and general planning and administrative leadership across the health system. Previously, she served as senior leader for the unit responsible for all future ambulatory growth at Mass General Brigham, from negotiations to site planning and marketing strategy. There and in previous roles with Yale’s health system, she excelled in business planning and strategic financial analysis.

“With the many challenges facing healthcare organizations today, a focused and committed Board is the foundation of our commitment to the community”, says Diana Franchitto, president & CEO of HopeHealth, “and we’re delighted that Marcia will be joining such a strong board.”   

For more information about HopeHealth’s board of directors, visit

About HopeHealth

For more than a century, HopeHealth has provided high quality, compassionate care to people in various stages of illness in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Its roots began in home care in 1910 and then in hospice in 1976, coming together as HopeHealth in 2011 as a provider of hospice, palliative care and home care services. As the second oldest hospice in the country and one of the largest nonprofit providers of palliative and hospice care in New England, HopeHealth has set the gold standard in serious illness and end-of-life care. HopeHealth is the major teaching affiliate for hospice and palliative medicine of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

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