AAHomecare president to depart

Thursday, March 21, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tyler Wilson, president and CEO of AAHomecare, will leave the association in September 2013, when his employment contract expires.

It’s a mutual decision between Wilson and members of AAHomecare’s executive committee, according to a press release. Wilson joined AAHomecare in 2006.

“Tyler led the Association through one of the most challenging periods in the history of the industry by steadying it, reaching out to organizations with similar interests, strengthening the Association’s financial position and increasing its focus on the numerous challenges in Washington,” stated Joel D. Marx, volunteer board chairman at AAHomecare, and chairman of Cleveland-based Medical Service Company.

AAHomecare has named a search committee consisting of members of the executive committee, and led by past AAHomecare Board Chairman A.J. Filippis, to conduct a nationwide search for a new president and CEO, the release noted.

Wilson stated it was a privilege to serve the organization for the past six years, and that the experience reinforced his belief that “the true value of homecare has never been stronger.”