With a background in business transformation, Christine Rein has more than 25 years’ experience and a wide breadth of expertise translating large scale initiatives into holistic end-to-end operational and business development strategies.
She has focused her work on publicly financed healthcare programs serving vulnerable and disparately impacted populations while building experience with Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP, long-term services, and special needs plans.
Before joining HMA, she held a variety of executive and senior management roles leading health plan operations, business development, and new program development and implementation efforts with organizations including Bright Health Group; Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Minnesota; and Genoa Healthcare. A lengthy tenure with UnitedHealthcare culminated in her serving as the organization’s COO.
Christine was integrally involved in developing the managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) program including clinical and network development and implementation. She also provided operational oversight, staff management, and program development for Florida Managed Medical Assistance (MMA) and long-term care statewide Medicaid procurements.
Previously, she also established a business transformation office, developed large-scale strategic implementation plans, evaluated operational efficiencies and provided technical assistance in regulatory adherence, and annual operational readiness.
Christine earned a bachelor’s degree in healthcare management from the University of Minnesota and a Master of Business Administration in healthcare management from California Coast University.