For media inquiries, call our Media Relations hotline at 501.351.6816. Click here for our fact sheet.


Arkansas Health Network Promotes Camille Wilson to Vice President of Population Health Management

photograph of Camille Wilson
Arkansas Health Network (AHN), a physician-led, Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) serving Arkansas patients, providers and employers through a value-based approach to healthcare, has promoted Camille Wilson as Vice President of Population Health Management. Wilson, who played a key leadership role in the development of AHN’s advanced care management and associated capabilities since joining AHN as director of population health in 2017, will continue to transform value-based care and associated healthcare reimbursement models in this expanded role.

“Camille’s dedication to our mission of championing value-based healthcare has helped propel AHN to a nationally recognized best practice,” said AHN President Bob Sarkar. “Her work has been vital as AHN repeatedly exceeded quality improvement and financial goals year-over-year. We look forward to Camille’s ongoing leadership as we continue to prove that organizations can realize healthcare savings by focusing on value, quality, consumer experience and compassionate care.”

AHN is the largest and most successful CIN in the state of Arkansas working with Medicare and private employers to help deliver improved healthcare at lower costs. The organization currently manages over 130,000 patients across the state and partners with a growing network of more than 3,400 providers, 25 Skilled Nursing Facilities and 18 hospitals. With the rising cost of healthcare growing as a concern for employers across Arkansas, AHN has partnered with Arkansas Children’s Care Network and Next Health CIN to provide a unique health care delivery model designed specifically for employers. The model leverages technology and big data to pre-emptively identify high-risk and rising risk patients and then connects them with a multidisciplinary care team of registered nurse health coaches, social workers, pharmacists and others to proactively manage their care with an emphasis on preventive, rather than reactive services. The patients’ own physicians are also engaged in this endeavor. This holistic approach drives positive outcomes for employees and their dependents and generates cost savings for employers.

AHN is a wholly owned subsidiary of CHI St. Vincent. Previously, Wilson served as Manager of Care Coordination for CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas. Wilson is a registered nurse and holds a Master’s degree in Nursing from Angelo State University in Texas.