Accura Healthcare CEO Ted LeNeave Elected To AHCA Board of Governors
Blog originally posted at www.iowahealthcare.org, courtesy of the Iowa Health Care Association.
Ted LeNeave, CEO and founder of Accura Healthcare of Iowa, has been elected to the AHCA Board of Governors as the regional multi-facility representative for the 2021-2022 term. LeNeave also serves as the immediate past chair of the IHCA Board of Directors and past chair of the IHCA Executive Committee.
LeNeave has been a leader in health care for over 20 years. After receiving a degree in health care management, he started as a licensed administrator in post-acute care in Virginia. In 2002, he was appointed by the Governor of Virginia to serve on the state’s licensing board. After chairing the Virginia Health Care Association, LeNeave received a Lifetime Achievement Award at age 39 in Virginia. He has also received the Joe Warner Advocacy Award, one of AHCA’s highest national awards.
“We have been fortunate in Iowa to have outstanding leaders like Ted who have been willing to share their time and expertise for the betterment of the profession. With Ted’s visionary leadership on the IHCA board, he has helped to navigate some of the most challenging waters the profession has faced in decades and make strong headwinds in gaining the tools and resources the profession needs to succeed in the future,” said Brent Willett, president and CEO of the IHCA. “Ted’s expertise and commitment to the profession will be extremely valuable as AHCA continues to define strategies to help providers navigate today’s growingly complex and ever-changing environment.”