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Retired Army Col. Rich Wilson Appointed Guidehouse Director; Scott McIntyre Quoted

Jeff Brody
Rich Wilson

Rich Wilson, a retired U.S. Army colonel and former chief of the Defense Health Agency's solution delivery division, has been named a director at management consulting services firm Guidehouse.

He brings more than two decades of clinical informatics and health information management experience in the military to his new capacity, the company said Tuesday.

His other previous roles include chief information officer of Army Medicine; chief medical information officer in the service branch's Office of the Surgeon General; and director of the Patient Admin Systems and Biostatistical Activity.

“Rich brings a wealth of government and business strategy experience to Guidehouse. His expertise will be critical as our practice continues to grow," said Scott McIntyre, CEO of Guidehouse and a 2019 Wash100 winner.

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