The Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association yesterday named Ann-Marie Alameddin as its president and CEO effective April 2. Currently the association’s vice president of strategy and general counsel, Alameddin will succeed Greg Vigdor, who is retiring after six years. “I’m inspired to continue the path Greg Vigdor has forged these last years, including with Medicaid expansion,” Alameddin said. “I have a laser focus on doing what is right for patients, while building consensus among hospitals and navigating this dynamic and complex health care environment.”
 

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