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Sharon Kim

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Sharon is the Director of Health and Social Equity Programs at the Center for Health and Research Transformation, supporting their growing work focused on health equity and the integration of clinical and social services through interventions powered by information and technology.

Before joining CHRT, Sharon served as a Health Care Manager at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan supporting a portfolio of value-based programs including the Physician Group Incentive Program (PGIP) Health Information Exchange (HIE), Telehealth, Innovations, Palliative Care Initiatives and the Hospital and Skilled Nursing Facility Pay for Performance HIE programs.

Her work with Blue Cross and Olympia Medical LLC, an independent physician organization serving providers in underserved areas of Southeast Michigan, has made her a passionate advocate for supporting primary care driven team-based models of care and the roles of independent, advanced practice and safety net providers.

Sharon serves on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a global advisor, thought leader and member association committed to transforming the health ecosystem. She is also a member of the Patient and Caregiver Oncology Quality Council (POQC) supporting the goals of the Michigan Oncology Quality Consortium (MOQC).

As a proud alumna of Oakland University, she is honored to join the School of Health Sciences Board of Advocacy and Resource Development and work with leaders dedicated to supporting students and the innovative programs that are creating strong foundations for health across the communities we all serve.

Sharon has an MPA from Oakland University and a BA from the University of Michigan.

School of Health Sciences

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