James Teisl, MPH, is a healthcare policy professional with extensive Medicaid payment and financing experience. He joined BRG from the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC), at which he authored and presented work related to Medicaid payment policies for institutional and non-institutional providers, primary care payment incentives, disproportionate share hospital payments, state approaches to non-federal Medicaid financing, state policies for payment of Medicare cost sharing, and Medicaid value-based purchasing initiatives (e.g., accountable care organizations).
Mr. Teisl also previously worked for a health and human services consulting company, at which he managed production of a New York State Health Foundation–funded report to estimate the impact of ten policy options on healthcare spending in New York State; managed a comprehensive assessment of the Missouri Medicaid program; and presented anticipated impacts of the Affordable Care Act to a Wyoming legislative subcommittee.
John's Hopkins, Bloomberg School of Public Health
MPH, Health Finance and Management, 2002
John's Hopkins University
BA, Behavioral Biology, 1997
Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission
2010 - 2015
The Lewin Group
2008 - 2010
2006 - 2008
2002 - 2006
News & Insights
- Health Affairs 35:12December 5, 2016
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- Bloomberg BNAJanuary 27, 2016