HHC names new director of private pay

Amy Mosher has been named as the new Director of Private Pay at Hartford Health Care's Southington office.

Amy Mosher has been named as the new Director of Private Pay at Hartford Health Care’s Southington office.

Hartford HealthCare Independence at Home recently announced that Amy Mosher has been named the new director of private pay. Mosher, a senior level health care executive, is based in the Southington office located at 300 Queen St. She began her new position in January.

As director, Mosher is responsible for the development of a customer service-focused private duty agency which provides companions, homemakers and hands-on care to seniors in the greater Hartford and Waterbury regions of Connecticut.

Mosher brings years of extensive experience in health care sales/marketing and operations. Before coming to Hartford Health Care Independence at Home, she was regional sales manager for the New England offices of Life Choice Hospice. She was also program director for the Advanced Wound Center of Johnson Memorial Medical Center and director of operations and sales for New England Home Care, Inc. among numerous other leadership positions. Her career achievements include developing a private duty company from 15 to 300 employees and client base from 60 to 700.

Mosher holds a bachelor of science degree in gerontology from Cornell University. Her professional affiliations include Alzheimer’s Association of CT; National Private Duty Association; co-founder of CARE – CT Association of Resources for Elders; and is a member of the Gerontological Society of America since 1991.

A Glastonbury resident, Mosher is an avid polo enthusiast and enjoys extreme sports such as rock climbing, zip lining and bobsledding.

“Since attending Cornell University, my goal has been to keep seniors active and as independent as possible in their home environment. I’m enjoying serving our clients and their families,” Mosher said in a press release from Hartford Health Care.

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