Wilson named vice president of population health management for Arkansas Health Network
The Arkansas Health Network has named Camille Wilson as vice president of population health management.
Wilson joined AHN as Director of Population Health in 2017, where she played a key leadership role in the network’s advanced care management and associated capabilities. In her new role, Wilson will continue to transform value-based care and associated healthcare reimbursement models.
“Camille’s dedication to our mission of championing value-based healthcare has helped propel the AHN into a nationally recognized best practice,” said Bob Sarkar, AHN President. “Her work has been vital as AHN has repeatedly exceeded year-over-year financial and quality improvement goals. We look forward to Camille’s continued leadership as we continue to prove that organizations can achieve health care savings by focusing on value, quality, customer experience and compassionate care.
As a clinically integrated, physician-led network that serves Arkansas patients, providers, and employers, AHN works with Medicare and private employers to help provide improved health care at lower costs. As the largest and most successful CIN in the state, AHN currently serves more than 130,000 patients across the state, in partnership with a growing network of more than 3,400 providers, 25 skilled nursing facilities and 18 hospitals.
AHN is a wholly owned subsidiary of CHI St. Vincent. Prior to his experience at AHN, Wilson served as the Care Coordination Manager for CHI St. Joseph Health in Brya, Texas. Wilson is also a registered nurse and earned a master’s degree in nursing from Angelo State University in Texas.
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