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AAH starts new Legacy 

AAH starts new Legacy 

Dan StarckWASHINGTON – AAHomecare has a new corporate partner level with five inaugural members. 

The companies supporting the association and its public policy work at the Legacy level are Apria and Byram Healthcare, both owned by Owens & Minor; ResMed and Brightree, which is owned by ResMed; and Medline. They are all now paying $125,000 in annual dues. 

“We see great value in AAHomecare and the industry associations,” said Dan Starck, executive vice president at OM, who proposed the new level. “We have accomplished a tremendous amount over the past few years. A strong, healthy industry is good for all constituents, and we want to do our part in supporting AAHomecare.” 

AAHomecare created a Diamond level in 2021, representing a 25% increase in dues over the Platinum level. The inaugural Diamond members included Apria and Byram, ResMed and Medline, as well as AdaptHealth, Cardinal Health, Lincare, McKesson, Philips and Rotech. 

In 2017, the association created a Platinum level, with Drive DeVilbiss taking the lead. 

AAHomecare says it now has more than 50 corporate partners across various levels. 

“ResMed is united with AAHomecare to improve millions of lives by keeping people healthier and happier at home,” noted Larissa D’Andrea, global vice president of government and clinical affairs, and market access at ResMed. “Their advocacy is critical to protect equitable access to innovative home respiratory therapies and care.” 
“AAHomecare’s success in advancing sustainable reimbursement policies and sensible regulatory approaches at the federal and state level has tangible, bottom-line positive impact for our HME supplier customers,” added Paul Miller, director of business development, Post-Acute Care Division, for Medline. “We’re increasing our support for the association to ensure we keep adding to those wins for the HME community.” 


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