Matt Roan

Matt Roan

Matt Roan brings a valuable perspective having worked for the past 15 years on issues impacting healthcare stakeholders in the public and commercial spheres.

Prior to joining HMA, Matt held multiple positions at McKesson Health Solutions. Matt was a Government Programs Manager tasked with providing programmatic leadership to the ACCESS Plus program, an award-winning Primary Care Case Management program serving Medicaid enrollees in 42 mostly rural counties in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Matt’s work contributed to consistent over-performance on program cost-savings targets, and recognition of ACCESS Plus by the Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government’s Ash Institute as a top 15 finalist for their 2008 Innovations in American Government award.

Most recently Matt served as Senior Client Executive, managing McKesson’s business relationships with large and strategic health plans. Matt was accountable for ensuring that his clients derived maximum value from the tools they licensed from McKesson which included claims editing solutions, evidence-based clinical criteria and utilization management tools, and outsourced care management services. Matt’s clients included large regional Blues plans and national and regional Medicaid managed care plans. Matt’s work as a Senior Client Executive garnered him recognition as the McKesson President’s Club award winner in 2012 designating Matt as the top performer in the account management department.

Prior to his work at McKesson, Matt served in several state governmental positions. He was a Legislative Specialist for the Department of Public Welfare acting as the Department’s liaison to the Legislature on issues related to Medicaid and mental health and substance abuse issues. In this position, Matt led the legislative communications strategy on issues such as the state-impact of Medicare Part-D implementation, and the closure of Harrisburg State Hospital. He also contributed to legislation which became law dealing with nursing home and managed care assessments, and behavioral health advanced directives. Matt has also held Legislative Assistant positions with members of both the PA House of Representatives and the PA Senate.

Matt has a BA in International Politics from Penn State University where he also served as Student Body President from 2000-2001.

Joe Moser

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Joe Moser has extensive healthcare experience at the state and federal level and a record of success in implementing large scale reforms.

His consulting work is focused on helping clients navigate state Medicaid programs; promoting solutions that improve the quality of care for members and value for taxpayers. He has particular expertise and interest in Medicaid managed care program policy and operations.

As Indiana’s Medicaid director from 2013-2017, Joe managed an $11 billion program budget covering 1.4 million Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) enrollees. He was a key architect and member of then-Gov. Mike Pence’s core team that developed the Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0, an alternative Medicaid expansion program that is based on a consumer-driven health insurance model and has demonstrated better outcomes than traditional Medicaid. He also led reform efforts to rebalance institutional and community long-term care expenditures.

Additionally, Joe planned and implemented Indiana’s first aged, blind and disabled Medicaid managed care program, which served 100,000 members with special needs. He also served as Midwest regional representative on the National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD) board of directors and co-chaired the managed care workgroup.

Prior to joining Indiana Medicaid, Joe was director of government affairs and interim executive director at Medicaid Health Plans of America (MHPA), a leading national trade association for Medicaid managed care organizations. In this role, he coordinated Medicaid health plans’ response to legislative and regulatory proposals, and led efforts to advance an aggressive policy agenda on behalf of the industry. He played a key role in successfully lobbying Congress for passage of Medicaid prescription drug rebate equalization legislation, the top legislative priority of the Medicaid managed care industry. He also worked with Medicaid stakeholders, including doctors, hospitals, and nursing homes to build consensus around improving Medicaid’s financial sustainability, and chaired the Partnership for Medicaid, a national coalition of provider groups organized with the purpose of advocating to Congress and the Administration that they strengthen and improve the program.

Joe began his career in government relations and healthcare as legislative director for U.S. Congresswoman Heather Wilson (R-NM), a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Health Subcommittee, where he worked on Medicaid, Medicare, SCHIP, Indian Health Service, and public health issues. Joe led efforts in the House of Representatives that established a Medicaid Commission as part of the 2006 budget process and worked on legislation, including the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003, the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009.

Joe earned his Master of Arts in political science from Miami University and his bachelor’s degree in biology from Marian University.

A lifelong St. Louis Cardinals fan, Joe enjoys golf, horse racing, and spending time with his wife, Barbara, daughter, Gwen, and son, Lucas.

Michael Engelhard

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An accomplished health plan executive, Michael Engelhard has more than 30 years of executive, operational and financial leadership experience in healthcare, banking, and business services. He has a keen understanding of all aspects of publicly funded healthcare programs. A strategic thinker, he knows how to strengthen an organization’s business operations and outcomes.

Michael is a managing principal in HMA’s Los Angeles office. During his tenure at HMA, he has led an array of projects, including strategic planning for multiple California-based Medi-Cal plans where he restructured a health plan’s internal finance and accounting department. He also led the redesign of delivery systems serving Medi-Cal and medically indigent populations, developed clinic system strategy involving service area expansion and advised a provider group and provider association regarding Medicaid program policy and reimbursement.

In addition, his work has supported multiple Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) organizations regarding expansion and rate setting. He has worked on several compliance-focused projects, including three mock-audit projects to help health plans prepare for regulatory audits. He led the mock audit team that prepared a Medi-Cal managed care plan for a state go-live readiness review.

Michael’s skills include organizational leadership, strategy and strategic planning, financial analysis and modeling, rate setting, Medi-Cal and Medicare program design and expertise, and program compliance.

Prior to joining HMA, Michael served as chief executive officer at Gold Coast Health Plan. He oversaw all aspects of the plan’s operations, including board, regulatory, finance and community relations. He was charged with ensuring members had access to quality healthcare and that services were delivered in a cost-effective manner. He hired a new leadership team, improved state and board relations, and guided the plan to financial, operational, and healthcare quality improvement while increasing compliance and oversight capabilities at the plan. He also revamped the entire compliance department and processes to institute the Office of Inspector General’s seven elements of an effective compliance program.

Michael previously served as chief financial officer and treasurer at CalOptima, a Medi-Cal plan in Orange County. In this role, he led the plan’s finance, treasury, accounting, procurement, and actuarial services. As treasurer, he served as acting chairman of the Board of Directors’ Investment Committee.

Prior to CalOptima, Michael worked at Health Net, Inc., in multiple positions, including vice president and regional finance officer for the company’s senior products division, and as Health Net’s vice president of investor relations.

He began his career as a nuclear engineer working for the Bechtel Corporation in San Francisco, California.

Michael earned his Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in finance from Columbia Business School in New York City. He received his bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering from University of California at Santa Barbara.