"The two words ‘information’ and ‘communication’ are often used interchangeably, but they signify quite different things. Information is giving out; communication is getting through." -- Sydney J. Harris

MNCM Welcomes Dr. Anne Pearson as New Board Member

Dr. Anne PearsonMNCM is pleased to welcome Anne Pearson, MD, CPE as the newest members of its Board of Directors.
Anne Pearson is the Vice President, Medical Director of Provider Integration at Fairview Health Services. In her role, Dr. Pearson is responsible for the integration of two legacy medical groups comprised of 1,400 employed providers. In addition to her leadership role, Dr. Pearson is a family medicine physician. She sees patients at the HealthEast clinic in Vadnais Heights.

Dr. Pearson attended the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago and completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Minnesota. She is an experienced medical leader who has served in a variety of roles including site medical director, regional medical director, and vice president of the HealthEast Medical Group/executive medical director for primary care. In 2014, Dr. Pearson become a Certified Physician Executive (CPE) through the American Association of Physician Leaders. In 2017, she received her Lean Bronze Certification.

Dr. Pearson served on the HealthEast System Board of Directors for six years and is currently on the Board for the Community Health Network, an Accountable Care Organization (ACO).

Dr. Pearson has a passion for improving quality and patient experience. She has chaired the ambulatory quality committee at HealthEast and served on the quality committee of the Board. She been a part of care redesign work at HealthEast and Fairview and is also part of the customer experience team at Fairview. Much of her focus has been guiding providers to put the patient at the center of improvement work including a focus on achieving quality outcomes, advancing access work, and partnering to think differently about how our care teams work together to serve patients.