The Indiana Hospital Association Board of Directors has selected Brian Tabor as the organization’s next president. Tabor, who currently serves as executive vice president of the IHA, will begin his new role in June of 2017.
Tabor will succeed Doug Leonard, who is retiring from the position he has held since 2007. Tabor joined the organization in 2008 as vice president of government relations and was promoted to executive vice president in 2015.
"Brian has been a tireless advocate for hospitals, patients and improving health care for Indiana communities," said Bryan Mills, IHA board chairman. "In this new role, Brian will take this work even further. His vision and determination will help lead Indiana hospitals through the challenges ahead."
The IHA says in his new role, Tabor will lead the organization’s public policy, advocacy, patient safety, education and data initiatives.