Kim Horn is the president of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc. She oversees all aspects of the Mid-Atlantic Region, which serves nearly 800,000 members and operates 30 medical centers throughout the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia and Maryland. She also maintains an ongoing partnership with the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group. The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, with more than 1,400 board certified physicians, is the largest integrated multi-specialty group practice in the region. Kaiser Permanente is the only health system in the region delivering a fully integrated combination of care and coverage. In her role as president, Horn is dedicated to ensuring people receive an unparalleled health experience.
Horn is chair of the Greater Washington Board of Trade. She also serves on the board of the Washington Economic Club and is a member of the Washington Area Women’s Foundation. Additionally, Horn is on the board of the Living Classrooms Foundation, working to strengthen Baltimore communities and inspire young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training.
Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente in October 2012, Horn served as president and CEO of Grand Rapids-based Priority Health. During her 15-year tenure, the organization grew from 100,000 to over 600,000 members across the state of Michigan and revenues exceeding $2 billion annually.
Throughout her career, Horn has been active in many community, philanthropic and industry endeavors. She served as president of the Michigan Association of Health Plans, a voice for the industry representing 17 health plans and more than 2.1 million health care consumers throughout the state of Michigan. Horn was also a director and member of the Executive Committee for the Association of Community Health Plans, a national leadership organization that brings together innovative health plans and provider groups to deliver affordable, high quality coverage and care in their communities. She also served as a director and chair of Tomorrow’s Child for more than a decade. The organization provides services and programs across the state of Michigan to save infants' lives and support families who have experienced a pregnancy loss or infant death.
Horn is a graduate of the University of Michigan.