The Medicaid Leadership Institute learning opportunity is enormous. With over 18 years’ experience in the Medicaid program, I was at first skeptical that I would benefit from the program, but my professional knowledge and my leadership and communication skills have expanded greatly as a result of the experience. If you’re accepted, you won’t be disappointed.
We are proud to support the professional development of these dedicated leaders whose work will be increasingly in the spotlight as Medicaid takes on an expanded responsibility for insuring Americans.
Mark Larson was the commissioner of the Department of Vermont Health Access (DVHA) from 2011-2015. In this role, he was responsible for oversight and management of Vermont's publicly funded health insurance programs serving over 160,000 Vermonters. He was also responsible for the development and implementation of Vermont’s health insurance exchange and Green Mountain Care, Vermont’s universal health care program.
Prior to his appointment, Mr. Larson was a member of the Vermont House of Representatives from 2001-2011. During his term as a state representative, he served as the chair of the House Health Care Committee, vice chair of the House Appropriations Committee, co-chair of the Vermont Commission on Health Care Reform, among other responsibilities. Prior to his state public service, Mr. Larson worked for more than 13 years as a consultant and trainer specializing in assisting states in developing effective responses to domestic violence and interventions for domestic violence offenders.
Mr. Larson earned a bachelor’s degree in religion and sociology from Bucknell University.
Develop a strategic plan for a single payer system.