Briefs & Reports

HMA Principal Inducted into Hall of Fame

HMA Principal Tony Rodgers is one of the newest members of the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health’s Alumni Hall of Fame.

The 2013 hall of fame induction ceremony took place Feb. 25 during the 39th Annual Lester Breslow Distinguished Lecture event.

For more than 30 years Tony has been a leader and an innovator in the healthcare world. He has provided Medicare and Medicaid policy and program leadership, strategic planning and directed execution of those plans. He’s consistently delivered results in a variety of public and private settings including hospitals, health systems, health plans and state and federal health agencies.

Tony most recently served as deputy administrator at CMS where he worked with the Innovation Center to design and develop the State Innovation Models Initiative. He also has served as director of the Arizona Medicaid Agency and as the executive leader of major health systems.

Tony has a Master of Science in public health and a Bachelor of Arts in economics and political science from UCLA.