FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., January 5, 2021/- Pack Health is pleased to welcome Brantley Fry, Esq. as the Vice President of Health Equity and Community Engagement. In this role, Brantley will identify solutions to address social determinants of health and inform the strategy surrounding policy and political environments in the short, mid and long term, as they relate to healthcare.
Brantley joins Pack Health with an extensive policy background in the public and private sector. Most recently, she served as the State Director for the U.S. Senate Office of Senator Doug Jones. She plans to leverage her wide range of experience to help streamline processes to enhance health equity. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), “‘health equity is achieved when every person has the opportunity to ‘attain his or her full health potential’ and no one is ‘disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances.’” Brantley will advocate for improvements in healthcare as a whole and work for systems and structures that people can not only access but understand.
“As a native of Birmingham, I’m thrilled to be part of a growing company that is making such an impact on social justice while being so strongly tied to the Birmingham community,” says Brantley. “I am extremely passionate about improving access and outcomes for those experiencing health inequities.”
Pack Health has served as a leader in patient engagement since 2013. Pack Health’s model provides a human-to-human coaching experience that gets to the root causes of health outcomes. Furthermore, the company’s approach is empathy-driven and person-first. As an organization, Pack Health prides itself on implementing innovative strategies to help its members overcome barriers to their health.
“There are so many ideas across industries, private and public, on how we can improve healthcare in functional ways,” says Brantley. “I’m looking forward to working with the Pack Health team and developing creative ways to make these ideas into action plans and realities.”
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