Dr. Patrick Redmon has over twenty years of experience in healthcare economics, working with healthcare clients and in government and academics. His work has focused on payment and rate-setting methodologies, payment reform, and data analysis for payers and providers. He has worked with health systems, academic medical centers, community hospitals, and trade associations in assessing and developing payment methodologies in a variety of settings.
Most recently, Dr. Redmon served as the executive director for Maryland’s Health Services Cost Review Commission, where he led the organization in the development and implementation of a variety of payment methodologies for episodes of care and population-based reimbursement. He worked with state leaders and system stakeholders to modernize Maryland’s Medicare waiver and develop the state’s proposed demonstration model submitted to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. He was also responsible for the implementation of APR-DRGs in the all-payer rate-setting system, along with methodologies for recognizing indirect medical education, disproportionate share, and uncompensated care in hospital payments.
Dr. Redmon has served as an associate professor in Xavier University’s Health Services Administration graduate program and as a senior economist at the Government Accountability Office in Washington, DC. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Michigan State University.
Michigan State University Ph.D., Economics, 1993
University of Tennessee, Knoxville B.S., Business/Economics, 1984
State of Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission Executive director 2012–2013 Deputy director for Research and Methodology 1999–2006
Xavier University, Graduate Program in Health Services Administration Associate professor 2006–2012
Austin Peay State University Associate professor, Economics 1998–1999
Northern Illinois University, Center for Governmental Studies Senior economist 1995–1998
U.S. Government Accountability Office Senior economist 1989–1995