Chief Financial Officer
Sherron Rogers is the chief financial officer at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She joined the hospital staff in 2022.
Rogers strategically leads the financial areas of the hospital, including financial planning and analysis, financial accounting, hospital and professional billing, patient access, revenue integrity, managed care, case management and health information management. She enjoys engaging multidisciplinary teams to identify and work toward challenging goals, and she ensures transparency of financial performance and improvement initiatives to the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation Boards of Trustees, committees and leadership.
Rogers has served more than two decades in leadership positions with a focus on process improvement, strategy and operations across pediatric, adult, academic and safety-net hospitals. She was previously the chief financial officer and chief strategy officer at Eskenazi Health in Indiana, which provides a comprehensive range of primary and specialty care services at the 333-bed hospital and outpatient facilities on its main campus as well as 12 ambulatory sites located throughout Indianapolis. Before her role as chief financial officer and chief strategy officer, she also served in positions including vice president of business development, operational excellence and strategy, and associate vice president of operational excellence. While at Eskenazi Health, Rogers directed three-year rolling strategic plans that led to the strongest financial performance and most significant growth in the system’s history, including a financial improvement effort of more than $150 million in four years.
Before joining Eskenazi Health, Rogers spent 11 years at Indiana University Health successfully leading large operational teams of roughly 1,000 people and culminating in her role as vice president and transformation officer at Riley Hospital for Children.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in information science from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is a Six Sigma Black Belt and a fellow of America’s Essential Hospitals. She has successfully completed Harvard Business School programs and training with the Healthcare Financial Management Association. She also helped to grow and re-envision the Indianapolis region as a board member and chair of several local organizations and initiatives.