Commit to Health Appoints First-Ever Vice-President of Population Health and Health Equity

by: Katie Meyers

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOODS) – Health priority recently appointed Shannon Wilson as its first-ever vice president of population health and health equity. Wilson has a grounded track record in improving health care for vulnerable populations, particularly in her efforts to raise awareness about black breastfeeding.

This new position will be responsible for quality improvement for Priority Health’s Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial and Individual lines of business. Wilson will also oversee the development and execution of Priority Health’s population health and health equity strategy, while retaining her position as CEO of the Total Health Care Foundation.

“I am honored to take on this role at Priority Health and look forward to working alongside our incredibly talented team to ensure that we provide everyone with equitable access to care,” Wilson said. “Achieving health equity is not a job that can be done overnight or out of the office, so as I step into this new role, I look forward to dedicating my time, efforts and my resources to this cause.

Priority Health looks forward to Wilson taking on this new role and addressing the need for health equity among the populations who need it most. For over 30 years, Priority Health has been dedicated to providing quality health care to its community and with this new role, they will be able to help better understand vulnerable populations and meet their needs.

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