Anthony Federico

Anthony Federico

Senior Consultant

Health Management Associates

New York, NY

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Anthony Federico is a seasoned government and non-profit leader with 12 years of expertise in housing, homelessness, and healthcare. He excels in developing and implementing innovative programs, executing Medicaid waivers, and cultivating cross-sector partnerships. 

Prior to joining HMA, Anthony served as a manager in San Francisco’s Department of Homeless and Supportive Housing, where he played a pivotal role in various components of Medicaid Section 1115 waiver implementation. He successfully oversaw $100 million of investment through California’s Whole Person Care program, delivering innovative social services to more than 21,000 Medicaid beneficiaries and effectively ending homelessness for over 4,500 individuals. Anthony led the department’s implementation of Providing Access and Transforming Health (PATH) and California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM), instrumental phases of California’s Medicaid reform. He integrated homeless services into managed care and spearheaded the development of complex data sharing initiatives to facilitate seamless integration of patient data across healthcare, benefits, and social services systems. 

In addition, Anthony served as a homelessness analyst for the City of Oakland. In this role, he managed a diverse portfolio of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Continuum of Care grants. These grants encompassed transitional housing and rapid rehousing programs for adults, youth, and families. Through his housing advocacy work, he engaged with various stakeholders, including supportive housing residents, legislators, housing industry leaders, and civil servants. His community advocacy efforts led to notable achievements, such as the establishment of new inclusionary housing programs in multiple California cities and the successful passage of a $580 million voter-approved funding measure in Alameda County. 

Anthony has a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University, a Master of Arts from the University of London, and a Master of Public Affairs from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley.