President and CEO Larry Glasscock has added the post of chairman to his duties at Anthem, the Indianapolis-based managed-care giant. Glasscock, 55, replaces L. Ben Lytle as chairman after the latter's retirement. The move comes at a time when many healthcare companies are re-evaluating the practice of allowing the same person to serve as both chairman and CEO. ... The American Association for Homecare has named Kay Cox as its president and CEO, effective June 1. Cox replaces Thomas Connaughton, who is leaving the association to lead the Washington office of the Cook Group, a healthcare device manufacturer based in Bloomington, Ind. Cox has been a Washington-based lobbyist for skilled-nursing company Beverly Enterprises. ... Richard Brown, 56, who led Kansas City, Mo.-based Health Midwest before its sale to HCA in April, has taken a post with the Kansas City-based Stowers Institute for Medical Research, according to the Kansas City Star. The nature of the post won't be ironed out until late 2003, and William Neaves, the institute's president and CEO, will remain in his post, the Star reported. The 3-year-old institute conducts basic research into genetics and its use in disease treatment and prevention. ... Catholic Health Initiatives, Denver, named Charles Ivy, 57, executive director of its Albuquerque community health services organization. The organization was created in 2002 with the proceeds of Catholic Health's $77 million sale of St. Joseph's Health System, Albuquerque, to for-profit Ardent Health Services. ... Cindy Schamp, 39, has been appointed president and CEO of Alle-Kiski Medical Center, Natrona Heights, Pa., replacing Joseph Calig, who left to do consulting work. Schamp had been COO of Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, Boise, Idaho. ... Charles Scott, 53, has taken over as president and CEO of Glenwood Regional Medical Center, West Monroe, La., replacing Raymond Ford, who resigned in November 2002. Scott had been CEO of Doctors Hospital, Sarasota, Fla.
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