Health Insurance Exchanges: Past, Present and Future

2012 National Conference

CSG Health Policy Task Force
What's Next for Health Exchanges?
December 1, 2012

As the political dust surrounding health care reform settles, states are getting down to the business of establishing health insurance exchanges. Participants learned more about key health insurance exchanges issues in the 2013 legislative sessions. This workshop examined exchange planning and implementation efforts—looking at issues for both state-based and federally facilitated approaches, including partnerships. The panel focused on topics such as governance, regulatory oversight and financing, as well as general exchange policy.

Presentation by Brett Graham, Partner, Leavitt Partners

Health Insurance Exchanges: Past, Present and Future

 

Brett Graham
Brett Graham is a partner at Leavitt Partners and directs Leavitt Partners’ health insurance exchange practice, where he provides strategic advisement and resources to a variety of insurance exchange clients. 

Prior to joining Leavitt Partners, Graham led the operations and sale of a regional administrator of self-funded benefit plans to Meritain Health. Following the transaction, he led the post-merger integration and was a member of Meritain’s strategy team. Before his time at Meritain Health, he worked as a vice president at UnitedHealth Group within the Ingenix business unit. Graham joined the business development and strategic planning team where he was responsible for conducting analysis on acquisitions and strategic partnerships during a period of hyper-growth where Ingenix completed 26 acquisitions and grew from $280 million to $1 billion in revenue. Later he formed the market research team that developed competitive intelligence. Graham moved to operations and was the business leader for Ingenix’s pricing databases (i.e. MDR & PHCS) where he was responsible for working with large payers to aggregate and analyze claims data.

In a previous role, Graham served as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group where he worked with senior business leaders to develop growth strategies for Fortune 100 clients. His clients were in highly regulated industries with global operations.

Graham holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School and a Master’s of Public Administration and a Bachelor’s in Accounting from the University of Utah. While a student at the University of Utah, he was elected student body president and served on the University Board of Trustees.