Paul Kusserow Named New Chairman of Availity’s Board of Managers

Paul Kusserow Named New Chairman of Availity’s Board of Managers

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, one of the nation’s leading health information networks, has announced that the Board of Managers has named , Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy, Innovation and Corporate Development Officer for Humana Inc. (NYSE:HUM), as the next chairman of Availity’s Board of Managers.

Kusserow succeeds Joe Grantham, who has been Availity’s Chairman since 2004. The leadership transition went into effect this month at the company’s regularly scheduled Board meeting.

“Paul has served on our Board since 2009; he contributes sound judgment and the perspective earned through a highly successful career in the business of health care,” said , CEO of Availity. “I’m very pleased that he will have the chance to share that with our talented Board of Managers as the new Chairman, as we continue to shape and refine our long-term strategies. I also want to thank Joe Grantham for his tremendous leadership and personal mentorship as a founding Manager and long term Chairman of our Board.”

“I’m delighted to take on this role working alongside a great group of incredibly talented people, on the Board and on Availity’s management team, who are all committed to Availity's continued great success,” said Kusserow.

At Humana, Kusserow has responsibility for Humana’s strategic planning, corporate development, merger and acquisition, innovation, and venture-capital activities. He reports directly to the president and CEO and is a member of the executive team, which sets the strategic direction for the company.

Availity delivers revenue cycle and related business solutions for health care professionals who want to build healthy, thriving organizations. Availity has the powerful tools, actionable insights and expansive network reach that medical businesses need to get an edge in an industry constantly redefined by change.

Whether health care professionals use Availity’s Advanced Clearinghouse, Revenue Cycle Management, Clinical Data Interchange or Web Portal services, they’ll be able to drive measurable and meaningful organizational improvements, and enjoy the vitality of a healthy business. .

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