MetaStar’s President and CEO Greg Simmons will retire in January 2020 after 40 years with the organization and 33 years as President and CEO.
“Greg Simmons has been synonymous with MetaStar for decades and his leadership has been invaluable for the past 33 years,” said MetaStar Board of Trustees Chair Jac Garner. “His deep commitment to improving health and health care in the state and beyond through continuous quality improvement has had an immeasurable positive effect on many health care providers, patients, community members, and MetaStar employees. We wish him the best in his retirement.”
During his time at MetaStar, Simmons has taken on leadership roles in various organizations and partnerships reflective of both health care quality improvement and the community. Simmons served as Chair of the Coral Initiative, a learning collaborative of Quality Improvement Organizations. He is Past President of the Madison Area Quality Improvement Network and Past President of the American Health Quality Association. Simmons served on Wisconsin Literacy’s Board of Directors, the Clark Street Community School’s Governing Board, the Wingra School Board, the Road Home of Dane County’s Board of Directors, the Wisconsin Research & Education Network’s Steering Committee, and the UW Population Health Institute’s Advisory Board.
Contact Kristin Westphal, Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Education at MetaStar.
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