Royal Philips announced that it is implementing a new management structure in its Healthcare sector to "improve performance and allow it to respond better to evolving customer demands in a changing health care landscape." In this new model, the Healthcare business groups will report directly to Philips CEO Frans van Houten, thereby removing one management layer. Deborah DiSanzo, CEO of Philips Healthcare, has decided to leave the company to pursue other opportunities. "The performance in our Healthcare sector is disappointing, with second-quarter EBITA expected to be approximately EUR 220 million, while expected Group EBITA of approximately EUR 400 million in the second quarter is in line with current market expectations," said Frans van Houten. "We anticipate, however, EBITA performance in Healthcare to improve in the second half compared to the same period in 2013 as, among others, Cleveland gradually resumes production in the course of the third quarter."