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AHIP Appoints Julie Simon Miller Interim CEO

Press Release

Julie Simon Miller, AHIP General Counsel, has been appointed interim CEO, while the Board of Directors completes its search for a permanent CEO.

Published Sep 7, 2023 • by AHIP

Washington, DC – AHIP today announced that Julie Simon Miller, AHIP General Counsel, has been appointed interim CEO, effective October 2, 2023, while the Board of Directors completes its national search for a permanent President and CEO. This appointment follows the announcement by current AHIP President and CEO Matt Eyles that he will step down from his role at the end of September.

Ms. Miller has served as AHIP’s General Counsel since 2015 and has been with the association for more than 18 years. In addition to her work at AHIP, during her career, Julie represented clients as counsel at a D.C. law firm, held a leadership role in regulatory affairs at a trade association, and worked as a non-partisan legislative drafter in the United States Senate.

“On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are pleased to announce that Julie Simon Miller will serve as Interim CEO until the Board of Directors appoints a permanent replacement,” said AHIP Board Chair and President & CEO of Highmark Health David Holmberg. “Julie is a seasoned executive leader with broad industry perspective combined with deep legal and policy experience. These insights will enable AHIP to continue to serve its members and advance its mission. The entire Board of Directors has great confidence in Julie’s ability to lead AHIP during this interim period.”
Ms. Miller added, “I am honored to continue to support the mission of AHIP’s member companies to improve health coverage, care, and affordability for Americans, for employers, and for those receiving coverage under public/private partnerships in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.”

About AHIP

AHIP is the national association whose members provide health care coverage, services, and solutions to hundreds of millions of Americans every day. We are committed to market-based solutions and public-private partnerships that make health care better and coverage more affordable and accessible for everyone.