Marti Lolli has been selected as the new president and CEO of Intermountain Healthcare’s SelectHealth insurance plan. She will start in her new role in July, taking over for Bob White, vice president and COO of SelectHealth, who has been serving as interim CEO since January.
- Well experienced in the field: Lolli comes to SelectHealth from Priority Health, a Michigan-based health insurance plan, where she most recently served as a chief marketing officer and senior vice president of consumer and government markets. She is a well-respected leader and has held various senior-level roles at Priority Health over the past 21 years, including senior vice president of commercial markets and senior vice president of employer solutions.
- Extensive expertise: “Marti is a mission-driven individual with extensive experience in driving growth across the integrated delivery system environments,” says Marc Harrison, MD, president and chief executive officer of Intermountain Healthcare. “She is an innovative leader with a strategic mindset and a strong history of building high-performing teams–and shares our commitment to improving the health of our local communities.”
- Supervises complete business transaction: Lolli oversaw 70 percent of Priority Health’s revenue–both profitability and performance–and focused on transforming the health plan to be more digitally focused and data-driven. She oversaw all business-to-consumer markets, including Medicare, Medicaid, and Individual markets. Under her direction, Priority Health grew consumer and government markets by 50 percent.
- Innovative and successful leader: “Marti has shared with me that she is honored to be joining Intermountain Healthcare and the opportunity to lead one of the country’s most innovative and successful provider-sponsored health plans,” says Dr. Harrison. “We cannot be more thrilled that Marti will be the person to enhance our members’ experience, help us deliver on Intermountain’s vision, and ultimately lead SelectHealth into the future.”
- Qualifications: Lolli earned her master’s in business administration from Grand Valley State University’s Seidman Business School. She completed her undergraduate studies at Hillsdale College, where she graduated with a degree in political economy and English.