President & CEO at Indiana University Health
During his 13 years as president and CEO of Indiana University Health, one of the nation’s largest academic health centers, Dan’s vision led the health system’s expansion from three hospitals in downtown Indianapolis to a unified statewide health system of nearly 20 hospitals treating more than 2.5 million patients a year. Throughout Dan’s tenure, IU Health was consistently included in the prestigious U.S. News & World Report annual Best Hospitals rankings, which also recognized IU Health as the No. 1 hospital in the State of Indiana.
Dan is well known in federal and state public policy communities as an advocate for health and wellness programs and high-quality, accessible health care. Drawing from an accomplished career as a health care executive, Dan provides insight into issues such as integrated health systems, academic health centers, payer-provider convergence issues, population health, value-based payments and digital health.
Health Care Legislative Advocacy
Dan has been deeply involved in numerous health care legislative initiatives, including advocating for the renewal of the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0), which will be a model for expanding Medicaid nationally. He pushed for continued government funding of the Graduate Medical Education (GME) program, which supports the education and training of much-needed future physicians. Dan also helped lead the development of the Strategic Research Initiative — a five-year, $150 million collaboration between IU Health and the Indiana University School of Medicine created to advance research and produce innovative treatments for patients with cancer, cardiovascular disease and neurological disorders.
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