Khaldun, who served in the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and was instrumental in how Michigan acted during the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Tuesday about her new position after recently stepping down from her post.
“Today, I joined CVS as VP and Chief Health Equity Officer!” she wrote on Twitter. ” Excited to work with such dedicated and accomplished colleagues already driving health equity outcomes – and excited about what more we will accomplish.”
Khaldun’s position at CVS will “focus on culturally competent care delivery” in an opportunity to offer much-needed services to demographics, according to the article.
“As a health care innovation company committed to health equity and breaking down barriers that perpetuate health care disparities, Dr. Khaldun joins our team as Chief Health Equity Officer at a critically important time,” said Kyu Rhee, chief medical officer at Aetna, owned by CVS in the article. “Her expertise in creating solutions to help improve health outcomes will help us continue addressing health inequities for the customers and communities we serve.”