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Kam Yuricich to retire

Kam Yuricich to retire

Kam YuricichCOLUMBUS, Ohio – Kam Yuricich will step down as executive director of the Ohio Association of Medical Equipment Services and the Great Lakes Home Medical Services Association on Dec. 31, 2023. 

Yuricich has worked in association management since 1986, starting her career at Clary Communications in Columbus, Ohio, where she managed the Ohio Association of Durable Medical Equipment Companies (OADMEC), the prequel to OAMES, and other non-profit organizations. She became a full-time employee of OADMEC in 1989 and has served as executive director ever since. 

“I am immensely grateful for the opportunities I’ve had, and countless friendships I’ve made over the past 37 years working in the home medical equipment services industry,” she said. “These decades of experiences, and our achievements together, have been nothing short of remarkable and deeply rewarding. Advocacy is a calling and I’ve been very fortunate to work with amazing business leaders who share that passion and joy to serve. The HME community has an incredibly powerful message and valuable role in the health care system. I believe we’re at a pivotal moment in the industry’s evolution and the future is bright! I thank all the dedicated advocates I’ve served over the years, and I’ll continue to be your biggest supporter!” 

In 2010, Yuricich and her current business partners, Heidi Moss and Nikki Glenn Bucholtz, co-founded Select Association Management (SAM).   

The executive committees of OAMES and Great Lakes will work with SAM to ensure a smooth transition and to continue the important advocacy work and day-to-day operations of the associations. 

  • Read about how Kam Yuricich, who was crowned the 2023 Van Miller Homecare Champion at Medtrade in March, credits relationship building for the successes she’s helped to achieve on the state and federal level in her 37-year career in the HME industry.   


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