Humana CEO to retire, new president tapped

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Humana Chief Executive Officer Mike
McCallister announced that he plans to retire within 18 months and
the company has tapped Bruce D. Broussard as president of the
Louisville-based firm.
The company said in a statement on Friday that Broussard would
become CEO when McCallister steps down.
Broussard, 49, was CEO of McKesson Specialty Health, a
subsidiary of McKesson, Inc., a San Francisco-based health care
company. McCallister, 59, is entering his 12th year as CEO and 38th
year working for Humana.
In a statement, McCallister said the move has been under
consideration for some time. McCallister also praised Broussard's
experience and said he's Confident he will prove to be a leader
that continues and enhances the success we've had over the past
decade."


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