Nicola Moulton, BSN
A former Florida Medicaid program administrator, nursing home administrator, and psychiatric nurse, Nicky Moulton has more than 40 years of experience in a variety of health care and public service settings.
She specializes in analyzing and developing Medicaid managed care proposals for large insurers and small specialty plans, and Medicaid programs for persons with disabilities or who are aging and require long-term services and supports (LTSS) and/or behavioral health services. During her career, Nicky has helped state agencies, health care and LTSS providers, managed care organizations, dental benefit plans, health care delivery systems, and advocacy groups with a range of Medicaid-related issues. At HMA, she also served for 18 months as the Proposal Center director overseeing a staff of 10 and the development and submission of more than 1,000 competitive and noncompetitive proposals.
Prior to joining HMA, she served as a Medicaid program administrator for the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (Medicaid program) in the long-term care and behavioral health unit where she oversaw several home and community-based waiver programs, participated in litigation settlement agreement development and monitoring, and oversaw the state’s Medicaid policy for institutional care programs.
Her private sector work includes positions as a psychiatric nurse, certified biofeedback therapist, and executive director of an indigent health care program. Nicky has worked in hospital, long-term care, group home, behavioral health crisis unit, and school settings.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Boston University.