Most recently, Mr. Lane assisted the State of Rhode Island in creating solutions to improve outcomes and decrease costs of health and human services programs, including Medicaid.
Prior to A&M, he established the population health transformation practice area at Health Management Associates, Inc. As a firm Principal, Mr. Lane advised and supported a variety of local, national and global organizations, including government, commercial, non-profit and philanthropic entities. Previously, Mr. Lane served in progressive public sector leadership roles in Louisiana. He was the state's chief public health official—leading an agency with more than $330 million in revenue and 1,200 employees, responsible for overseeing complex state and federal health, regulatory and clinical programs and policies. Mr. Lane initiated innovative collaborations with Medicaid, health plans and a variety of business and community organizations to new, integrated efforts for population health improvement. Prior to that, he also led efforts for the successful implementation of the Governor's Medicaid Reform initiative, resulting in improved care coordination and wellness for nearly one million Medicaid recipients and lower costs for taxpayers.
Mr. Lane has served in consulting and full-time roles for Fortune 500s, start-ups, nonprofits, and governments across the country. He has extensive experience in developing and managing complex public sector budgets.
He was selected by his peers to serve as the National Member-at-Large for the Alumni Society of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), and is a mentor to students and emerging leaders for the Milbank Memorial Fund and the University of California Berkeley.
Mr. Lane earned his master's degree from the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, has completed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's New Health Leaders program at the Harvard Kennedy School for Government and earned his bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University.