Alexandria, VA (March 1, 2023) The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) is proud to announce that John Rademacher, MBA, CEO of Option Care Health has been named Chair of its Board of Directors. Rademacher will lead the trade association that represents companies that provide medically necessary infusion therapies to patients in alternate sites, as well as companies that manufacture and supply infusion and specialty pharmacy products.
“We welcome John’s leadership and expertise at a critical time as the association continues to grow and diversify. His industry knowledge and perspective will be key advantages as NHIA advocates for appropriate payment for infusion services and improved access to care for all patients,” said Connie Sullivan, NHIA President and CEO. “We also thank Tim Affeldt (representing Fairview Pharmacy Services) who completed a term as Chair and transitions into the Past Chair position on the Executive Committee.”
Leaving NHIA’s Board are Vital Care Infusion Services, represented by Past Chair Logan Davis, and CVS Coram, represented by Joe Owen.
Logan Davis, PharmD, MBA, Vice President of Trade at Vital Care Infusion Services, served as Chair from 2019 to 2021 and as a member of the Board since 2013. “Logan’s service and leadership on the Board were an incredible asset to NHIA for the past decade,” said Sullivan. “He’s been an enthusiastic supporter of our advocacy efforts for years, helped to shape strategy, and manage through challenges, including the COVID pandemic.”
Coram/CVS served 4 terms on the Board of Directors starting in 2011. As one of the original innovators of home infusion, Coram’s leadership is familiar with the challenges before the industry as well as the advantages this therapy modality offers. We were fortunate to have Coram represented on our Board through the past decade of a rapidly evolving landscape for health care delivery as well as association management and thank the company for its contributions to the industry,” said Sullivan.
The full 2023-2024 Board of Directors will be installed at the NHIA Annual Conference held in Washington, D.C. March 25-29.
NHIA is a trade association that represents companies that provide medically necessary infusion therapies to patients in alternate sites, as well as companies that manufacture and supply infusion and specialty pharmacy products. The association’s mission is to provide advocacy, education, and resources to the home and alternate site infusion community so the patients they serve can lead healthy, independent lives. For more information, visit www.nhia.org.