Throughout his career, he has participated in numerous projects designed to improve the healthcare delivery system in NYS. His experience has included roles in NYS initiatives for the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP), Health Homes, and adult day healthcare redesign. Most recently, Mr. Bussey has been the CFO a CO-OP (insurance plan) responsible for the finance treasury and regulatory reporting requirements. He has also worked with the New York State Department of Health across several Vital Access Point (VAP) initiatives for critical access hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and Article 31 Office of Mental Health clinics.
Mr. Bussey also worked with the executive leadership team of NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation to evaluate and recommend an improved ambulatory care strategy. Mr. Bussey also managed and led a project for Interfaith Medical Foundation to strategize alternatives to closure for Interfaith Medical Center and to continue to provide critical healthcare services to the Brooklyn community.
Mr. Bussey served as Chief Executive Officer of Harlem United, a federally qualified healthcare center, Article 28 adult day health care center, and provider of housing, healthcare and prevention services for homeless people living with HIV/AIDS.
Previous to his role with Alvarez & Marsal, Mr. Bussey served as CFO and COO of Apyrous Capital Management, a fundamental commodities-driven hedge fund. There, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations, thesis development, funds management, liquidity management, risk management and investor relations.
Mr. Bussey has held positions as director, global markets and financing services and head of fixed income prime brokerage sales at Merrill Lynch. He was also a director for Credit Suisse Prime Services.
His experience also include serving on the Boards of Harlem United, AmidaCare; a special needs, managed care plan, Foundation for Research on Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Upper Room AIDS Ministry, and was a member of the CHCANYS Public Policy Committee. He was also a member of the NYS Medicaid Redesign Team-Affordable Housing Work Group.
Mr. Bussey earned his bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and his master's degree in business administration in finance and entrepreneurship at the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester.