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Mid-Atlantic Association of Community Health Centers Appoints New CEO
Date:10/23/2013

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Duane is a proven leader with expertise in managed care, revenue cycle management, health information technology, operations, health administration, performance optimization and organizational change and development. He is well known for his strategic community health care perspective and FQHC expertise.

“The association performed an extensive national search to find our new CEO and was very pleased to find the talent internally in Duane. We feel confident that we have found the most qualified executive possible to lead the association during this critical time with the changing landscape of healthcare," said Mark Rajkowski, President of the MACHC Board of Directors and CEO of West Cecil Health Center.

“Duane is a true asset to the health center movement and we are excited about partnering with him in his new role with MACHC,” said Tom Van Coverden, President and CEO of the National Association of Community Health Centers.

FQHCs will play a critical role in the implementation of the ACA. As safety net providers for underserved communities, FQHCs will be invaluable in assisting individuals seeking preventative and primary care services. This month Taylor was asked by the White House to assist in providing front line stories from health centers in the region relative to outreach and enrollment efforts related to the implementation of the ACA. Health Centers in Maryland and Delaware were able to provide nine individuals seeking health insurance to the White House for their perspective on the importance of ACA.

MACHC is the federally designated Primary Care Association for Maryland and Delaware health centers. Members include community, migrant, and homeless Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and other locally based safety-net community health systems of care. They provide health care services to the medically underserved and uninsured in Maryland and Delaware. MACHC helps members deliver accessible, afford
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