Warsaw—Patrick Boyle, President/CEO of Miller’s Health Systems, Inc. recently announced the following promotions:
Brad Harris has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Healthcare Development. In his position, Harris is responsible for developing strategies related to ACOs; efficient post-acute healthcare delivery including rehabilitation-to-home programs, home health care services utilization; and population health. In addition, Harris oversees development and promotion of services of the 34 rehabilitation centers and 12 assisted living communities, along with the therapy and Home Health Care companies that make up the Miller’s portfolio. States Boyle, “It is no secret that healthcare is changing dramatically, and Brad has done an excellent job of educating our workforce and other healthcare professionals throughout the State in the challenges and opportunities that are ahead in the post-acute arena, especially in light of Healthcare Reform. Brad’s insight and creativity have been invaluable in helping our company look to the next steps we must take in this evolving field. I congratulate him on this well-deserved promotion.”
Harris has been a part of the Miller’s staff for nearly 28 years, serving previously as VP of Financial Services, and for the last four years as VP of Healthcare Development. He is a C.P.A. and holds a B.S. Degree in Accounting from Indiana State University and an M.S. in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Harris and wife, Angie, live in Warsaw and have four children and 3 grandchildren. He has participated on a variety of community boards, and is currently the Treasurer of the Kosciusko Community YMCA. He is an active member of Warsaw Community Church and has coached and refereed for many years in the greater Kosciusko County area.
Jennifer Gappa, RN
Jennifer Gappa, RN has been promoted to the position of Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Gappa is a certified HR Professional-PHR and S-CP and licensed as a Health Facilities Administrator. She earned her RN from Purdue and BA from St. Francis College and holds an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has extensive long term care experience as an Administrator, Director of Nursing, Nurse Consultant and Medicare Nurse Specialist. Since joining the staff of Miller’s 16 years ago, she has served as the Administrator of Miller’s facilities in New Carlisle and Logansport before assuming the position of VP of Human Resources in 2010. In addition to the established duties of the HR Department, Boyle cites Gappa’s wide-ranging clinical management experience and her advanced education as key to her role of promoting the company’s emphasis on skill training, policy development, and leadership enrichment.
Gappa is a board member for Michiana SHRM, and an active member of the Indiana Health Care Association, serving as a past board member and as a current member of the Education and Regulatory Committees. She is Vice Chair of the Indiana Healthcare Foundation, a Senior Examiner and Future Leader for the American Health Care Association, as well as a past member of the Ethics Advisory Board. She currently serves on the Indiana State Board of Health Facility Administrators. Gappa and husband, AJ, have 3 grown children and reside at Bass Lake.
Scott Revere has been promoted to Vice President of Information Technology. In his position, Revere is responsible for oversight of the IT Department staff and operations serving the company’s 33 nursing homes and 12 assisted living communities, as well as its therapy and home health care companies. States Boyle, “Scott has played a very significant role in helping to strengthen our company’s infrastructure and systems State-wide to handle the growing technology needs of electronic medical records, HIPAA security, online education, mobile computing, and other key factors. He has earned his place as a strategic member of our team, and I congratulate him.”
Revere joined the Miller’s staff in 2011 as Corporate IT Manager/Network Administrator, and has worked for 25 years in the Information Systems field serving previously as an IT Manager and Senior Technical Specialist. He holds a B.S. Degree in Computer Science/Systems Analysis from Taylor University.
Revere and wife, Staci, live in Warsaw and have three children. He is a member of the Miller’s PAC, and attends Sacred Heart Church, where he has served on the Building Committee and played on the softball team. He coached at Warsaw Little League for many years, and was a volunteer coach for the Warsaw and Tippecanoe Valley football programs.
Miller’s Health Systems, Inc., is a 100% employee-owned Indiana company which operates 33 rehabilitation facilities, twelve Assisted Living communities, a therapy company and a home health company. Healthcare services offered include Medicare certified rehabilitation and long term care, along with outpatient rehabilitation, specialty care Alzheimer’s units, Hospice care, and Adult Day Services at select locations.