Jay Nagy | Public Sector

Jay Nagy

Senior Director
Jay Nagy | Public Sector
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18+ years of experience across private sector finance and healthcare, human services and managed care
Launched $100 million human services provider organization as part of New York’s Managed Long-Term Services and Support (MLTSS) transition for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
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States should consider upfront investments, clarify goals and adopt a ‘systems approach’ to implementing MLTSS in vulnerable populations to optimize impact and reduce risks to such important reforms.
Jay Nagy is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal’s Public Sector Services in New York. His primary areas of concentration are in health and human services system transformations and Medicaid managed care for vulnerable populations.

Mr. Nagy brings more than 18 years of experience working in private sector finance, health system strategy, managed care and human services. He leverages his diverse experience to help public authorities deliver critical programs in a more impactful, efficient and sustainable manner.

Most recently at A&M, Mr. Nagy led an economic feasibility analysis for state-operated behavioral health, long-term care and veterans care facilities overseen by the New Mexico Department of Health. In this role, he developed a proprietary forecast of New Mexico’s safety-net population and its anticipated service needs. By analyzing internal financials, audits and cost reports of the facilities, Mr. Nagy estimated the cost and value of additional services required by this population. Through extensive site visits and interviews with facility administrators, he developed an actionable roadmap for operating the facilities in a more cohesive, “one network" fashion and partnering more closely with private sector providers.

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Nagy spent two years as founder and CEO of Advance Care Alliance of NY (ACANY). Mr. Nagy led ACANY through its launch as a Medicaid provider, secured designation from New York State as a Care Coordination Organization / Health Home, recruited the senior leadership team, and oversaw the development and implementation of all necessary processes, systems and technology critical to operations. ACANY employed nearly 1,000 professionals to support one-quarter of New York’s beneficiaries (25,000 people and their families).

Before launching ACANY, Mr. Nagy led network strategy for CareCentrix, a specialty managed care organization. He also held the role of Associate Principal for Corporate Strategy at The Advisory Board Company, where he focused on patient experience.

Mr. Nagy earned two bachelor’s degrees in finance and international studies from the University of Pennsylvania.