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New executive departs Priority Health

August 1, 2017
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Krischa Winright
Krischa Winright. Courtesy Priority Health

The newly appointed chief marketing and digital officer for Priority Health is moving on.

Krischa Winright, whose promotion from Priority Health chief information officer and senior vice president of information services at Spectrum Health was announced in June, has left the organization. Marti Lolli, who currently serves as senior vice president of commercial markets, will lead Priority’s marketing efforts going forward with the new title of chief marketing officer and senior vice president employer solutions.

Priority said Winright’s departure is the insurer’s first C-Suite-level attrition since former CEO Mike Freed announced his retirement in 2015. A reason for Winright’s departure was not given. She could not be reached for comment.

Winright had been with Priority Health since 1999 and oversaw information services and marketing at Priority, as well as IS digital development for Spectrum. Her areas of expertise included information technology and business applications, strategic and operational planning and leadership development.

Lolli, who has been with Priority since 2000, will oversee the company’s marketing in addition to fulfilling her current responsibilities. Her additional oversight will now include “market presence and research, corporate growth strategy, brand awareness and the consumer experience.”

Lolli was named an “up-and-coming” industry leader in managed care by Managed Healthcare Executive this past spring and has served as an advisor to state and national associations on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

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