SYRACUSE — Lisa Mancini, MBA, LMSW, has been appointed as vice president and chief clinical officer of Helio Health, Inc., responsible for oversight of service utilization, quality, trends, implementation of evidence-based practices and the training needs of the organizations clinical staff.
In her role, Mancini will monitor key performance indicators for the organization and oversee process improvement initiatives, the company said in its announcement.
She will provide leadership in the development of short and long term strategic clinical development objectives and execution of those objectives, the announcement added.
Mancini has been employed with Helio Health, formerly Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare, for more than 15 years, serving in various clinical and administrative roles.
In her previous roles with the organization, she served as the inpatient services director, director of quality assurance, compliance and training for the organization and as team leader of permanent housing.
Mancini has been instrumental in the development of new
clinical services in Syracuse, Rochester, Binghamton and Utica, according to the company announcement.
Mancini received a bachelor’s degree in public justice and psychology from Oswego State University, and master’s degrees in social work and business administration, both from Syracuse University.
She is a licensed master of social work and a credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselor.
The new vice president/chief clinical officer also serves on the Council of Advisors for Le Moyne College Department of Nursing, the Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Providers of New York State’s Regulatory Reform Workgroup, the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports Talent Management Committee and the Excellus Partnering to Achieve Quality Provider Advisory Council.