Healthcare Supply Chain Association Names Angie Boliver as President and CEO

June 12, 2024
The Healthcare Supply Chain Association (HSCA) has appointed Angie Boliver as its new President and CEO, succeeding Todd Ebert.

On June 10, the Healthcare Supply Chain Association (HSCA), which represents the nation’s leading healthcare group purchasing organizations (GPOs), announced via a press release that it has named Angie Boliver as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The announcement follows the retirement of former President and CEO Todd Ebert, who led HSCA for seven years.

“Amid the ongoing challenges facing American hospitals, healthcare providers, and the entire healthcare supply chain, it is more important than ever to protect the ability of GPOs to reduce costs, foster a more resilient supply chain, and help ensure consistent access to medical supplies for healthcare providers and the patients they serve,” said HSCA President and CEO Angie Boliver. “Policymakers have long recognized the tremendous value of GPOs. I look forward to enhancing understanding of the dynamic and critical role of GPOs in the supply chain, to continue being a trusted resource to policymakers across a range of health policy issues, and to advocating for policies that allow hospitals and healthcare providers to deliver first-class patient care.”

“Angie Boliver’s extensive GPO industry experience, her knowledge of how to navigate Washington, and her work at the intersection of law and public affairs make her the ideal leader for this important moment in the healthcare supply chain,” said Tim Bugg, President and CEO of Capstone Health Alliance and Chair of the HSCA Board. “We are grateful to Todd Ebert for his many years of leadership and dedication to the GPO industry. Todd has long been a respected voice in healthcare, and we thank him for all he has done to further establish HSCA as the leading voice for the healthcare supply chain.”

Boliver joins HSCA from AB Communications Strategies, which she founded and led as President and Principal Consultant. Throughout her career, she has held a number of leadership positions at the forefront of public policy, law, public relations, and communications, including at a national GPO where she first served as Senior Legal Counsel and then Vice President of Strategic Communications, and Public Relations. Boliver has also worked as an attorney for Jones Day.

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