by Rebecca Normington
Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has named Erin Long director of health plan products.
Long will oversee product development and implementation for all Security Health Plan products. She will lead initiatives to serve commercial and government plans and will work closely with government and independent federal agencies to ensure Security Health Plan members have affordable health coverage options that meet their needs.
Long holds a bachelor’s in elementary education from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She has been with the Marshfield Clinic Health System for 13 years, and the past four years has served as product manager at the Health Plan. Her leadership has resulted in positive financials since 2018 in the individual and family product lines. She was also instrumental in launching Security Health Plan’s SimplyOne product, which currently has more than 21,500 enrolled members.
“I’m looking forward to advocating for Security Health Plan members and Marshfield Clinic Health System patients to drive health care initiatives that best serve our members and our communities,” Long said.
“Erin is a recognized front-runner at the Health Plan. She has the knowledge and expertise to oversee our product and implementation teams to foster innovation, smart growth and optimal financial performance across all of our health plan products,” Security Health Plan Chief Growth Officer Jenny Shermo said. “Security Health Plan members will benefit from Erin’s experience and leadership and will help achieve our mission of helping people reach their best health by providing access to affordable, high-quality insurance products.”
Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., part of Marshfield Clinic Health System, is helping its 210,000 members in Wisconsin and beyond reach their best health. Accredited by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), Security Health Plan offers health insurance coverage for employees of large and small businesses, individuals and families. It also provides full-service third-party administration for self-funded employee benefit plans through Security Administrative Services.
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