2 top AHIP officials to step down

Health insurer lobby America's Health Insurance Plans will lose two top officials at the end of the year, Politico reported.

Mary Beth Donahue, AHIP's executive vice president, and Dan Durham, interim CEO, are leaving AHIP with no immediate details on their plans, according to the report.

The Hill reported Mr. Durham is set to leave Dec. 18 and Ms. Donahue will stay on until Dec. 31.

In addition to serving AHIP as executive vice president for more than a decade, Ms. Donahue served as AHIP's vice president of federal affairs for four years and HHS' chief of staff and deputy chief of staff for six years combined. She has a master's in public policy and management from Washington, D.C.-based Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree from Boston College.

Mr. Durham has served as executive vice president of strategic initiatives at AHIP for the past year, alongside duties as interim CEO this summer. He previously served for four years as AHIP's executive vice president of policy and regulatory affairs, five years as vice president of policy at Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America and four years as HHS' deputy assistant secretary for health policy. He earned a master's in public policy from Durham, N.C.-based Duke University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame (Ind.).    

 

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