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HealthPartners names Kim Egan vice president of national health solutions


August 29, 2019

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – HealthPartners today announced that Kim Egan has been named vice president of national health solutions. In her new role, Egan will lead business development and sales and account management activities for HealthPartners national health plan clients.

Egan has been with the organization for seven years, most recently serving as the leader of human resources at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minn. There she built and led a strong team, which has been recognized both regionally and nationally for implementing and refining innovative HealthPartners employee health and well-being programs, such as Well@Work clinics, the Center for Employee Resilience and TRIA@Work, one of the first on-site orthopedic programs of its kind.

“We are excited to have Kim bring her experience and expertise to the sales team as the leader of our national health solutions market segment,” said Doug Smith, senior vice president of health solutions sales and account service. “Her extensive experience in leadership and building relationships will be of upmost value to the team and to our existing and future clients.”

“Kim has played an instrumental role in forming new partnerships for our organization and advancing Regions’ commitment to ensuring our employees represent the diversity in our community,” said Megan Remark, president of Regions Hospital. “I look forward to seeing Kim take on this challenge and bring her strengths to this new role.”

As vice president of national health solutions, Egan will be responsible for managing the national accounts health solutions team, developing strategy for HealthPartners national accounts and maintaining large consulting firm relationships.

Egan began her new role in late July.

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