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Round-Up: Latest Post- Acute Executive Appointments

Analysis  |  By Jasmyne Ray  
   July 07, 2023

See which post-acute providers and agencies have introduced new faces and promoted familiar ones.

As the third quarter begins, there have been a number of appointments and promotions within different home healthcare agencies. Here are a few that HealthLeaders has previously reported on.

Christopher Rinn Named Visiting Nurse Association Health Group CEO

Rinn's appointment was announced in late June, with him set to succeed current president and CEO, Dr. Stephen Landers, MPH, in August. He was selected after a search by the VNAHG board.

Having experience in public health, policy, and community health, Landers believes Rinn is an "excellent fit" for the association’s future.

"As a longtime member of the VNA family, I heartily welcome this opportunity to help move healthcare forward for all our communities," Rinn said.

Jet Health Appoints Larry Nabb as CEO

The home health provider announced Nabb's appointment in early June, replacing current CEO Stacie Bratcher.

Prior to joining Jet Health, Nabb served as CEO and board member for Providence Care, LLC where he led the provider's acquisition strategy, bolstered its executive team, and expanded its reach from single- to multi-state.

"My background and experience, coupled with the company's solid footing in both the space as well as geographic areas it reaches, will serve as a springboard for taking Jet Health to the next level," Nabb said.

BayCare Hires New CIO, Promotes From Within for VP of System Finance

In late May, BayCare appointed William Walders as its new chief information officer and promoted James Haislip to vice president of system finance.

Walders has more than 20 years of leadership experience in healthcare and information systems, and Haislip previously served as the system's director of financial planning and analysis.

Larry Blacker Announced as Brand President for Boost Home Healthcare

Blacker's appointment was announced in May, with Best Life Brands, the parent company of Boost Home Healthcare CEO, J.J. Sorrenti, saying his two decades of experience will play a "key role" in scaling the business.

Previously, Blacker served as home care administrator for Seabrook Village in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, where he oversaw the integration of two standalone home care agencies into one department.

In his new role, he will oversee Boost Home Health's business operations, procedures, and the organization's continued expansion efforts.

Jasmyne Ray is the revenue cycle editor at HealthLeaders. 

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