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Ian Randall is a results-oriented consultant with experience in strategy, operations, policy, research and analytics in the healthcare provider, payer and government sectors.
While at HMA, Ian has worked with state and local governments, health systems and payers to expand publicly financed health insurance programs, drive delivery and payment system transformation, develop value-based payment and performance measurement methodologies, and optimize federal funding for behavioral health programs, among other roles. He has played an important role in expanding HMA’s data analytics and financial modeling capabilities, to better leverage a wide range of clinical and social determinants data and help clients manage risk, predict key cost drivers, and develop targeted care management strategies. He has also worked with several clients to navigate financial and operational barriers to develop Accountable Care Organizations and other integrated delivery systems. Ian has managed client engagements, key work streams, project personnel and dual client/consulting work teams.
Before joining HMA, Ian worked as an independent consultant with the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner convene a diverse stakeholder coalition to develop premium stabilization programs for the Washington Health Benefits Exchange. He also collaborated with public health officials in Washington to create a comprehensive framework to assess the impact of the ACA in local municipalities.
Ian also previously worked as a consultant within Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy and Operations division. At Deloitte, his roles included provider-side performance improvement and clinical productivity, supply chain, comparative effectiveness and strategy projects; payer-side ICD-10 business and technical impact projects; federal and state policy and health reform analyses; and health delivery system innovation research projects.
Ian received a PhD in health services research with a specialization in health finance at the University of Washington. He earned a Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree with honors from James Madison College at Michigan State University. Trained as a researcher, Ian applies multidisciplinary training and methods from the fields of evaluation sciences, health policy, health economics, biostatistics and social determinants of health, among others, to develop solutions in the health services sector.