AAAHC welcomes 3 new executives

The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care added three new officers to the executive team.

The three new executives are:


1. Breian Meakens, chief operating officer: Ms. Meakens previously had leadership experience at Christopher House. She has worked on financial management, problem solving and change management. She has been an examiner and speaker for Illinois Performance Excellence.


2. Michael Janniere, JD, senior vice president and chief people officer: Mr. Janniere is the former director of total rewards at AHA. He has experience in professional services in the corporate and non-profit sectors. He directed human capital projects and has a background in talent acquisition and development, employee engagement, corporate governance, audit advisory/resolution, employee benefits programs and executive compensation committee.


3. Tess Poland, vice president for ambulatory operations: Ms. Poland was previously the associate vice president for the American Osteopathic Information Association. She has 20 years of nursing, management regulatory compliance and consulting experience in the healthcare industry.


"With these new positions and accomplished individuals we selected to fill these important roles, AAAHC is further positioned to help the thousands of healthcare organizations and programs we accredit to provide the highest quality of care to consumers," said Stephen A. Martin Jr., PhD, CEO of AAAHC.


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