Brad Harris Appointed CEO Of Home Health Care Solutions

June 3, 2024 at 1:16 p.m.
Brad Harris
Brad Harris


The Board of Directors at Home Health Care Solutions has appointed Brad Harris as their new CEO.
Harris replaced Home Health Care Solutions founding CEO Mahmood Iqbal on Monday, June 1. Iqbal has served as the CEO of HHCS since 2011.
Harris will oversee the strategic direction and operations of Home Health Care Solutions on a statewide basis, according to a provided news release.
“Brad’s extensive background in healthcare administration and his established understanding of the organization’s values make him well-suited for this leadership role,” said Patrick Boyle, president and CEO of Miller’s Health Systems. “Brad has been an integral part of our business lines inside of Miller’s Health Systems and we have confidence Brad will guide our Home Health Care Division forward in each of the communities we serve throughout the state of Indiana.”
Harris began his career at Miller’s Health Systems in 1987 as a certified public accountant working inside the accounting and IT divisions. His career strengths have included strong leadership development, fostering community partnerships and collaboration among staff, health systems and physicians, the release states.
“I am pleased to take on this new role and avenue to continue serving our communities,” said Harris. “Home Health Care plays a crucial role in helping patients recover and maintain their well-being. I look forward to working closely with our talented team to deliver exceptional services to our patients and their families.”
Home Health Care Solutions provides a range of clinical services, including physical, speech and occupational therapy and personalized nursing care services. For more information about Home Health Care Solutions and its services, visit https://homehealthcareindiana.com/ or http://millershealthsystems.com/.

The Board of Directors at Home Health Care Solutions has appointed Brad Harris as their new CEO.
Harris replaced Home Health Care Solutions founding CEO Mahmood Iqbal on Monday, June 1. Iqbal has served as the CEO of HHCS since 2011.
Harris will oversee the strategic direction and operations of Home Health Care Solutions on a statewide basis, according to a provided news release.
“Brad’s extensive background in healthcare administration and his established understanding of the organization’s values make him well-suited for this leadership role,” said Patrick Boyle, president and CEO of Miller’s Health Systems. “Brad has been an integral part of our business lines inside of Miller’s Health Systems and we have confidence Brad will guide our Home Health Care Division forward in each of the communities we serve throughout the state of Indiana.”
Harris began his career at Miller’s Health Systems in 1987 as a certified public accountant working inside the accounting and IT divisions. His career strengths have included strong leadership development, fostering community partnerships and collaboration among staff, health systems and physicians, the release states.
“I am pleased to take on this new role and avenue to continue serving our communities,” said Harris. “Home Health Care plays a crucial role in helping patients recover and maintain their well-being. I look forward to working closely with our talented team to deliver exceptional services to our patients and their families.”
Home Health Care Solutions provides a range of clinical services, including physical, speech and occupational therapy and personalized nursing care services. For more information about Home Health Care Solutions and its services, visit https://homehealthcareindiana.com/ or http://millershealthsystems.com/.

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