Monday, February 13, 2006

American Association for Homecare Announces Leadership Change

ALEXANDRIA, VA, February 6, 2006 -------- The American Association for Homecare (AAHomecare) announced that the Board of Directors and Kay Cox have reached a joint decision that she will step down as President and CEO effective today. “We thank Kay for all her efforts in furthering the interests of our members and we wish her all the best in her new endeavors,” said Tom Ryan, AAHomecare Chairman and CEO of Homecare Concepts.

“AAHomecare continues to aggressively pursue policies that strengthen homecare in the United States. AAHomecare has a powerful and dedicated network in its members, including the Board of Directors, AAHomecare Councils, Committees, and state associations throughout the U.S,” said Ryan.

AAHomecare Chief Operating Officer Sue Mairena will continue to be responsible for the day-to-day activities of the Association, working closely with the Executive Committee of the Board.

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:06 PM

    In my previous position as CNO and VP of Home Care, I had wonderful experiences with AAHomeCare. I participated on a number of committees and valued the intelligent and diligent work done by Anne Howard and the lobbying activities of Dan Boston and his team. I found the relationships and industry information and experise offered and provided unselfishly for the good of the industry was remarkable. In my new position with a new company, I plan to explore membership again.