LOUISVILLE, Ky., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of the National Association of Specialty Health Organizations (NASHO) recently named Tabatha Erck - CEO of Chiropractic Care of Minnesota, Inc. (CCMI) - Chair-Elect. The Board nominated and approved Erck on August 19th during their latest Board meeting held in Chicago, IL. Erck will assume the role of Chairman from Andrew Alcorn in May 2015 and serve a two-year term.
CCMI is a nonprofit, independent physical medicine network management organization, serving more than one million managed care members throughout Minnesota and the upper-Midwest. Erck has served at the helm since April 2010. In addition to a Masters in Healthcare Administration and more than two decades of health care and insurance industry experience, Erck continues to add to her impressive credentials in pursuit of a doctorate in Leadership with Public Policy Certificate from the University of St. Thomas.
Erck has served on the NASHO Board of Directors since 2012, and presently chairs the Physical Medicine Management Alliance. "It's an honor to have been selected by my peers to lead an organization that so effectively advances the value proposition of specialty health," remarked Erck.
NASHO Executive Director Julian Roberts added, "Tabatha Erck has already established herself as a leader within our organization through her tireless commitment to fulfilling our mission. As Chairwoman, she'll be in even greater position to lend her talents and expertise to further our efforts."
NASHO is a subsidiary association of the American Association of Payers, Administrators and Networks (AAPAN) (www.aapan.org), founded to advance and evolve specialty healthcare delivery in the United States. Its mission is to enhance and promote the value proposition of specialty health organizations. To learn more about NASHO, visit www.nasho.org.