Pair of senior officials depart AHIP

Two senior members of America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) will step down by the end of 2015, the group confirmed to The Hill. Mary Beth Donahue, who has been executive vice president for more than a decade, and Dan Durham, who has been serving as interim CEO, will both leave AHIP this month.

The departing officials have not yet revealed what their next career moves will be or why they are leaving the group, according to The Hill.

AHIP has seen a fair amount of turmoil, with Karen Ignangi's resignation as CEO earlier this year and UnitedHealth's decision to leave the industry group. Marilyn Tavenner, the former adminstrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, replaced Ignangi in July. Article

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