Lois Simon, M.P.H.
Lois Simon is the EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT of POLICY AND PROGRAMS at SENIORLINK, a national caregiving company providing care collaboration solutions that leverage human touch and technology to truly integrate and activate consumers, caregivers, payers and providers to deliver person and family centered care resulting in better outcomes at lower costs. In this executive leadership role, Lois is responsible for federal and state government relations, new product development and cross-functional executive teamwork associated with business strategy and development.
Prior to joining Seniorlink, Lois was the CO-FOUNDER and former PRESIDENT of COMMONWEALTH CARE ALLIANCE, a nationally recognized pioneer in the design and operation of programs integrating Medicare and Medicaid financing (through FIDESNP and MMP frameworks) and service delivery for populations with complex needs: elders and individuals with disabilities across the age spectrum. In her fourteen years with CCA, Lois led the organization to achieve desired care, cost and consumer satisfaction outcomes by designing innovative approaches to the integration of Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) and behavioral health with medical care.
Lois has over three decades of leadership experience serving complex and high cost government supported populations in clinical program development, government service and executive management roles. Lois served in a variety of government positions, most notably as the Director of Long Term Care for the Massachusetts Medicaid program and as the Assistant Secretary of the State Unit on Aging. She went on to serve as Senior Vice President and Regional General Manager for The Mentor Network, a national leader in health and human services providing home and community based care to individuals with disabilities. Lois served as Chief Operating Officer at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center where, among her responsibilities, she oversaw the management of the home care program and the Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). She also served on the executive leadership team as the Vice President for Care Delivery at Neighborhood Health Plan, a large Medicaid Managed Care Organization in Massachusetts, overseeing care management and care delivery services.
Lois received her Master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Systems from the Boston University School of Public Health, from whom she received a Distinguished Alumni Award in 2015. She serves on several boards both locally and nationally and through her role as Founder and Principal of L. Simon Solutions LLC, has provided strategic and operational consultancy services to a diverse array of organizations across the country focused on fostering the integration of long term services and supports with medical and behavioral health care -across policy, financing and care delivery dimensions.
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