SVP, Long-Term Services & Supports, and Dual Eligibles, Centene Corp.
Michael Monson is the Senior Vice President of Long Term Services and Supports & Dual Eligibles at Centene Corporation. Operating in 24 states and with revenue of $60 billion, Centene Corporation, a Fortune 66 company, is a leading multi-line healthcare enterprise that provides programs and related services to the rising number of under-insured and uninsured individuals. Michael has national product responsibility for Centene’s Medicaid Managed Long Services & Supports (MLTSS) products, its Medicare-Medicaid Plans (CMS Dual Demonstration), and its Aged Blind & Disabled (ABD) products which collectively total more than $14 billion. Centene operates MLTSS plans in seven states, MMP plans in six states, and ABD plans in 16 states.
Previously, Michael was the Chief Administrative Officer & Vice President of Residential Services at Village Care of New York where he had responsibility for a $60 million P&L as well as multiple corporate functions. Village Care is a New York City based integrated health system with more than $200M in revenue.
Michael joined Village Care after having spent more than eight years working at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY). With $1.6 billion in revenue, VNSNY is the country’s largest not-for-profit home-based healthcare company. As both a payer (Medicare Advantage, Medicaid Long Term Care) and a provider (homecare, hospice, long term care), VNSNY services more than 140,000 individuals a year in the metro New York City marketplace. At VNSNY, Michael was the Senior Vice President of Performance & Innovation. In this role, reporting to the CEO, he was responsible for VNSNY’s overall corporate strategy and innovation platform.
Prior to joining VNSNY, Michael spent six years working for McKinsey & Company where he worked primarily with media and nonprofit clients. Prior to working for McKinsey, Michael was the Finance Director for then Congressman Robert Menedez’s campaign. Michael has a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.