News Briefs: AHIP CEO Will Step Down in the Fall

AHIP President and CEO Matt Eyles will leave his position on Oct. 2, the health insurer trade group said on May 24. Eyles has helmed AHIP for nearly five years, and the organization said his resignation is a “personal decision.” During his tenure, Eyles brought both Aetna and Humana back into the fold, as those two insurers left AHIP before he became president and CEO. He also presided over a branding overhaul, in which the group known as America’s Health Insurance Plans opted to go by its acronym alone “to recognize the industry’s role extends well beyond health insurance coverage to providing solutions that are ‘Guiding Greater Health.’” The executive committee of AHIP’s board of directors will start a national search for Eyles’ replacement.

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