Keisia Sobers-Butler, DNP, MSN, BSN, BSBA, RN, CMCN, CCM

VP Population Health, Clinical Operations & Health Equity - Oklahoma Complete Health, Centene

Dr. Keisia Sobers-Butler has been a registered nurse (RN) for fourteen years, and in the clinical field over 22 years as the mother of a complex child, born with VACTERL syndrome. Her focus for the last ten years has been in nursing leadership, leading teams and departments in Critical Care, Case Management, and Managed Care specialties.

As the Vice President of Population Health, Clinical Operations, Health Equity, Community Navigation, Rural/Telehealth Services, and Tribal Partnerships at Oklahoma Complete Health (OCH), a Centene Corporation subsidiary, Dr. Sobers-Butler oversees the development and implementation of innovative strategies for Medicaid, Marketplace, Medicare, and special populations.

Dr. Sobers-Butler cultivates partnerships, drives execution, and develops others. Leading high-performing remote teams, she ensures exceptional member and clinical services and experiences while ensuring compliance with CMS, NCQA, and other accreditation standards. Additionally, she leverages technology such as texting, telehealth, and other vendor software integration, to enhance communication, engagement, quality outcomes, and self-management for medically complex members. Furthermore, she serves as an adjunct faculty at the University of Central Oklahoma, sharing her expertise and insights with the next generation of nurses.

Before joining OCH, Dr. Sobers-Butler was a Senior Director at Driscoll Children’s System and Health Plan. Earlier in her career, she worked at both Houston Methodist and Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH) as an RN. At TCH, Dr. Sobers-Butler moved into clinical leadership managing case management operations and clinical education teams. She graduated from the University of Texas at Tyler with a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Leadership, from Prairie View A&M University with an MS in Nursing Education, from Southern University with an undergraduate degree in business administration, and from Texas Woman’s University with an undergraduate degree in nursing.