The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) and Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) have named new chief medical officers. Dr. Daniel Rusyniak is FSSA’s new chief medical officer, and Dr. Melissa Collier will serve in the same capacity for ISDH. Rusyniak’s new role includes leading FSSA’s medical directors, as well as the agency’s new Healthy Opportunities office to ensure qualifying Hoosiers receive the services they need. He also will continue his work as a professor of emergency medicine and an adjunct professor of pharmacology, toxicology, and neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine. Collier is a familiar name at ISDH, having worked as a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) epidemic intelligence service officer inside the agency from 2010 to 2012. Her other experience with the CDC includes being the team lead for the Division of Viral Hepatitis, as well as medical epidemiologist of the division and supervisory medical officer at the CDC occupational health clinic. Read more.