Lisa Diehl Vandecaveye, JD, MBA, HRM, FACHE, is Botsford Health Care’s corporate vice president of legal affairs. As the senior executive responsible for legal, risk management, insurance and compliance, she is a strategic leader with a creative vision for the future. She is also the senior leader responsible for human resources at Community EMS/Parastar and its nine joint venture companies.
In December 2013, Vandecaveye completed the Certificate of Professional Development from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Toledo, earning a juris doctorate degree and a master of business administration degree in health care administration. Vandecaveye holds Fellow status from the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Health Lawyers Association. She completed the University of Chicago/MMI Companies, Healthcare Risk Management Certificate Program.
Vandecaveye is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association. She has served AHLA as a past board member, board secretary, chair of the Public Interest Committee, Executive Committee, Finance Committee, chair and past vice-chair of the Teaching Hospitals & Academic Medical Centers Practice Group, 2001 Nominating Committee, 2006-2013 program chair for the In-House Counsel Program and 2009-2010 chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Task Force. Vandecaveye also has been a member of the Michigan Society of Healthcare Risk Management (past board member) and the past president of the Michigan Society of Healthcare Attorneys.
In 2006, she was named Outstanding Alumnae from the University of Toledo College Of Business Administration. Nightingale’s Healthcare News named Vandecaveye to its 2008 list of Outstanding In-House Counsel to Hospitals/Healthcare Systems.
She has served as an adjunct faculty member for “Health Care Law” at the University of Toledo College of Law, as well as for the American College of Healthcare Executives. During her career, Vandecaveye has presented on more than 100 health care topics and authored many publications in Michigan and nationally.