Perry’s marketing prowess expands HealthSource RI ranks

INSIDE KNOWLEDGE: Kyrie Perry, chief public affairs officer at HealthSource R.I., reviews the week’s events during a team meeting. Her initiatives are credited with a 35 percent growth of “young invincibles” on the HSRI rolls. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SALERNO
INSIDE KNOWLEDGE: Kyrie Perry, chief public affairs officer at HealthSource R.I., reviews the week’s events during a team meeting. Her initiatives are credited with a 35 percent growth of “young invincibles” on the HSRI rolls. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SALERNO
RISING STAR | Kyrie Perry, HealthSource R.I., chief public affairs officer HealthSource R.I. bucked enrollment expectations for 2018, growing paying enrollees in its individual health insurance plans by 5 percent. But more importantly, 35 percent of new customers to the state’s health insurance exchange were in the 18-34-year-old age range, the “young invincibles” that are…

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