Timothy L. JarmTimothy L. Jarm
President & CEO


Tim Jarm brings over 30 years of experience and an extensive depth of knowledge in healthcare leadership to The Center for Health Affairs and CHAMPS Healthcare. As president and CEO, Jarm works with Northeast Ohio business, civic and healthcare leaders as well as local, state and federal elected officials to provide a clear voice and advocate for the Northeast Ohio hospital and healthcare industry. He works to bring hospitals and health systems together to collaborate on addressing community health issues and leads The Center and CHAMPS’ business lines.

Throughout his career he has held leadership positions in hospitals, health systems, state-wide physician practices and a large medical and surgical equipment supplier. Prior to his role at The Center, Jarm served as president at Alliant Management Services, the third largest hospital management company in the U.S., where he was responsible for the company's strategic growth and overall management and served as the regional executive for several managed hospitals. In addition, Jarm has held CEO roles at Jewish Hospital Medical Center, Clark Memorial Hospital, Jewish Hospital and Advanced ENT and Allergy.

Tim Jarm holds a law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, a master's of hospital and health administration from Xavier University and a bachelor's in radiation medicine/physics from Wittenberg University. He is a member of the American College of HealthCare Executives (ACHE) and a certified Healthcare Executive.

Jarm’s areas of expertise include:

  • Healthcare Consulting and Management
  • Healthcare Information Technology
  • Hospitals
  • Leadership Development
  • Physician Relations
  • Strategic Planning

For more information or to contact Tim Jarm, please call 800.362.2628 ext. 3611 or contact us.

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