Meet Carrie Harris-Muller
Senior Vice President and Chief Population Health Officer
Carrie Harris-Muller is the senior vice president, and chief population health officer for OhioHealth. In this role, she leads overall strategic direction for population health initiatives, including the development of prevention and wellness programs to lower risks for patients and improve overall health outcomes. She oversees the system’s care management efforts and its post-acute care programs and division, as well as OhioHealth’s Clinically Integrated Network and Accountable Care Organization. She is also responsible for OhioHealth’s business-to-business strategies focused on delivering healthcare solutions to local employers through the OhioHealthy Health Plan and OhioHealth Employer Services.
Carrie is a highly accomplished and nationally recognized healthcare leader with more than 20 years of executive experience in health plans and health systems. With her deep experience on both the payer and provider aspects of healthcare, Carrie brings a unique perspective to the OhioHealth executive team.
Prior to joining OhioHealth, she was a corporate executive with Molina Health Care in Long Beach, California, where she was responsible for multiple health plans and the Molina Medical Group. Prior to that role, she served as chief administrative officer for Kaiser Permanente Hospitals and Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic Region where she had accountability for the health plan and integrated care delivery. She has also held executive leadership positions with Tenet Healthcare Corporation, Vanguard Health and the Detroit Medical Center.
Carrie earned her bachelor’s degree from Madonna University and a master’s in Healthcare Administration and Public Health from Central Michigan University. She is a graduate of the Kaiser Advanced Leadership Program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and the Executive Leadership Program at Harvard. She is also a certified managed care executive by the American Association of Health Plans where she participates as a mentor and adjunct lecturer.
Carrie is passionate about community service and has served in leadership roles with the Girl Scouts of America, Susan G. Komen Foundation and volunteers at the Mid-Ohio Food Bank in Central Ohio. She currently serves on the board for NCHL (National Council of Health Leadership), Infinix, Herzing, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, and the United Way in Central Ohio.
Carrie and her husband, Brad, reside in Delaware, Ohio, with their daughter, Hannah, who is a law student at The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law.