VNAA Welcomes New Board Members and Introduces 2017-2018 Officer Slate
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Emily Adler
April 28, 2017 703-548-0019
Washington — The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA) today announced that Ann Painter, Senior Vice President at Christina Care Home Health & Community Services; Michael Puskarich, CEO of Kenosha VNA; and Ray Darcey, President at Aurora Home, have been named to the VNAA Board of Directors. VNAA membership voted to appoint the three new board members at the 2017 Home-Based Care National Leadership Conference in San Diego last week. The new members will serve as regular affiliate members for a three-year term.
The VNAA membership also renewed Keith Crownover, President and CEO of Delta Health Technologies; Gary Jacobs, Executive Vice President of Strategic Relationships at CareCentrix; and Sue Payne, Vice President of Clinical Services and Innovation at the Corridor Group as At-Large Board Members for a one-year term.
VNAA's 2017-2018 Officer Slate will include:
- Chair, Norene Mostkoff, MBA, President & CEO, Visiting Nurse Health System (Atlanta, GA)
- Vice Chair, Kate Rolf, MBA, President & CEO, VNA HomeCare (Syracuse, NY)
- Treasurer, Faith F. Scott, FACHE, President & CEO, VNA of Northern New Jersey (Morristown, NJ)
- Secretary, Marki Flannery, EVP, VNSNY (New York, NY)
- Immediate Past Chair (ex officio), Joseph Scopelliti, Jr., MBA, President & CEO, VNA Health System (Shamokin, PA)
For more information on VNAA's Board of Directors, please visit www.vnaa.org/board-of-directors.
The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA) leads efforts to transform home-based care toward value-based care delivery and payment models. VNAA directly supports home-based care providers through unparalleled peer-to-peer networking, innovative operational and program development support, organizational strategic planning resources, clinical education and training, and identification of leading vendors, products and services. VNAA members and staff actively advance the value proposition for home-based care through consensus-based advocacy, education, research and communications efforts.