Health Integrity, LLC, announced that Mr. Paul Berry, one of the District of Columbia’s most respected journalists, has joined the company’s Board of Directors.
“I believe in the purpose of Health Integrity as one of the ways to make a meaningful contribution in healthcare and I am pleased to be a part of the effort.” said Mr. Berry.
With more than 40 years of media experience, Mr. Berry currently hosts a syndicated weekly radio talk show on Radio America, Home and Family Finance.
A veteran of the United States Air Force, Mr. Berry graduated from the Department of Defense Information School (DINFOS) and served with the Armed Forces Radio and
Television Service (AFRTS) assigned to the Tuy Hoa Air Force Base in Vietnam where he worked as Program Director and Sportscaster. While on assignment, he also established the first independent FM radio station in South Vietnam.
Recognized as a “man of the people,” Mr. Berry is highly regarded for establishing two WJLA/community service programs—Crimesolvers and Seven on Your Side. In 1982,
Mr. Berry was named the unanimous winner of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Ted Yates Award.
Mr. Berry received the 1986 Humanitarian Award of the National Martin Luther King, Jr., Student Leadership Conference in recognition of his long record as a role model for Washington-area youth. In 1989, he received the Mid-Atlantic Professional Golfers’ Association Citizens Award and the Olender Foundation Generous Heart Award.
“Paul Berry is an amazing addition to our Board,” said Sandy Love, President of Health Integrity. “His community service and good work establish him as an ideal member of our organization. We look forward to working with him and moving Health Integrity forward in fulfilling our mission.”
www.HealthIntegrity.org is a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Health Strategies LLC and serves the entire nation in an effort to protect the fiscal and clinical integrity of healthcare systems. The company currently holds a number of federal contracts for detecting and combating health care fraud, waste, and abuse on a national and regional level.