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Amy Perry


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Inspired by Banner’s mission to “make health care easier so life can be better,” Amy Perry joined Banner Health on Nov. 1, 2021. A champion for quality-based care, Perry is driving premium reimbursement and health plan expansion, physician practice alignment, chronic disease management, expanded points of access and technology advancements to improve health outcomes. Throughout her more than 30-year health care career, Perry has elevated academic priorities in both education and research. Dedicated to helping the State of Arizona care for its growing population, Perry worked to expand Banner’s outstanding graduate medical education programs to more than 1,300 residents and fellows. Perry is working with Banner’s partners at the University of Arizona and other colleges to grow vital clinical talent and treatment pipelines.

Perry deeply values the importance of serving Banner Health communities as the Trusted Health Partner and is focused on developing Banner’s people-centered culture to care for our team, physicians, caregivers, patients, members, and the communities we serve. Supporting a transformational technology plan, Perry is supporting clinical leaders in prioritizing automation for caregivers to facilitate more time to care. 

Prior to this, she served as Atlantic Health System’s executive vice president and CEO of the Hospital Division. During her tenure, Atlantic Health experienced record setting quality and financial results achieving the highest US News rankings in the state. She championed the development and implementation of a five-year strategic plan, prioritizing integrated, value-based care. Perry drove the development of an enterprise data platform supporting clinical excellence and operational performance, as well as consumer-facing digital solutions.

Perry has been named to Modern Healthcare’s lists of the Top 25 Women Leaders and Top 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare. She was recognized as NJBiz Innovator of the Year in 2019 and the Daily Record Maryland Innovator of the Year in 2016.

Prior to joining Atlantic Health System, Perry was the executive vice president at LifeBridge Health in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to LifeBridge, she had a twenty-year career at Mount Sinai Health System in Miami, Florida.

Perry earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota, and her Master of Science in Health Services Administration from Barry University. She served on the Regional Policy Board of the American Hospital Association and the boards of the New Jersey and Maryland Hospital Associations.

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