Board of Directors
Nestor Plana is the founder, Chairman, and CEO of Independent Living Systems (ILS), a health services company focused on improving the aging experience for millions of America’s elderly, special needs and dual-eligible individuals, while rebalancing costs for healthcare plans and providers. He has over 25 years of experience in healthcare and public and private development and management. Nestor previously served as a founding President and COO of Beacon Health Plan in South Florida, was a senior executive with Mercy Hospital Systems, has served on the Florida Long-Term Care Committee, and held the Chairmanship of United Home Health Care.
Michael Leavitt is founder and Chairman of Leavitt Partners, a healthcare intelligence business. Prior, Leavitt served as the Secretary of Health and Human Services from 2005 to 2009, during which time he focused on issues including Medicare and Medicaid reform and health information technology development. He also served as Governor of Utah for nearly 11 years (1993-2003) and as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency from 2003 to 2005.
Jay Rosen is founder and president of Health Management Associates, one of the nation’s leading health policy and health economics consulting companies, with a special focus on issues related to Medicaid, Medicare, SCHIP, and other major publicly-financed programs. Prior to founding HMA, Rosen served as the director of Planning and Policy Development in the Michigan Office of Health and Medical Affairs.
Ann Lamont is Managing Partner at Oak Investment Partners, a leading venture capital firm. She leads the healthcare and financial services technology teams at Oak and currently serves as a director of Benefitfocus, Castlight Health, Radisphere, and numerous other healthcare and financial-focused companies. Prior investments include athenahealth, Payflex, Clarient, United Biosource, Odyssey, and Psychiatric Solutions.
Ruben King-Shaw is Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of Mansa Capital, a health care private equity investment firm specialized in health care services and technology. He has over two decades of experience in healthcare policy and health economics, and had been a leader on related boards and committees including the Medicare Program Advisory and Oversight Commission. He has also served as Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) from 2001 to 2003.
Dr. Jacqueline B. Kosecoff
Dr. Jacqueline B. Kosecoff is Managing Partner at Moriah Partners, LLC, a private equity firm with a focus on software, content and services, and is a Senior Advisor to Warburg Pincus, a global private equity company. Prior to these roles, Dr. Kosecoff served as a Senior Advisor at Optum, as Chief Executive Officer of OptumRx and before that, Chief Executive Officer of Ovations Pharmacy Solutions Division, a UnitedHealth Group company. She has been a consultant to the World Health Organization’s Global Quality Assessment Programs, on the Institute of Medicine’s Board of Health Care Services and on the RAND Graduate School’s Board of Governors.