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Brookfield-based Cielo Healthcare, formerly Pinstripe Healthcare, a leading provider of talent acquisition and management solutions for the health care industry, appointed Dr. Steven Hester to its health care advisory board.

Hester has served as the system senior vice president and chief medical officer of Norton Healthcare in Louisville, Ky., one of the region’s leading health care systems, since 2008. Prior to joining Norton Healthcare, he practiced emergency medicine full time as regional medical director for Kentuckiana Emergency Physicians.

Dr. Paul Levine of Brown Deer-based Levine Dental Associates was sworn in as president of the 3,091-member Wisconsin Dental Association at the organization’s 144th House of Delegates on Nov. 15.

Levine, a past-president of the Greater Milwaukee Dental Association, joined WDA leadership in 2005 as a Greater Milwaukee Region trustee. He has represented the WDA in the American Dental Association House of Delegates as an alternate or delegate since 2009.

Elena Kambitsi will join Network Health’s senior leadership team as vice president and general manager of the commercial division of Network Health, the Menasha-based health insurance company co-owned by Froedtert Health and Ministry Health Care.

In her role, Kambitsi will be responsible for steering the daily operations, customer service, regulatory compliance and all operational functions for the commercial division.

Prior to joining Network Health, she was senior vice president of consumer strategy and sales at HMSA in Honolulu, Hawaii. Kambitsi has worked with Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Premera Blue Cross in Seattle and Saint Vincent Health System in Erie, Pa.

Four new members were added to the Oconomowoc-based Rogers Behavioral Health System board of directors at its recent annual meeting. The new members are: Molly Kubly Fritz of Milwaukee; Demond Means, district superintendent of the Mequon-Thiensville School District; Jonathan Wertz, director of risk management for the Medical College of Wisconsin; and Brad Riemann, clinical director of Rogers OCD Center and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Services.

Kubly Fritz, Means and Wertz previously served on the board of directors for Rogers InHealth, an advocacy arm of Rogers focused on reducing stigma. Riemann was previously on the hospital foundation board.

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