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Eric C. Hunter serves as a member on all seven of the Board of Directors' committees. With more than 25 years of leadership experience in the health care field, Eric brings a deep knowledge of Medicaid policy, Medicare plan administration, commercial plans and the integration of physical and behavioral health care. Eric served most recently as Chief Operating Officer for Boston Medical Center Healthnet Plan. Previous roles include CEO for ValueOptions Behavioral Health in both Texas and Illinois, numerous roles with Schaller Anderson including CEO for Heartland Health Plan in Oklahoma. At Centene, he served as COO, Managed Health Services in Indiana, and served as COO of Total Carolina Care in South Carolina.
Dr. Shah previously served as CareOregon’s Senior Medical Director of Network and Clinical Support. Prior to joining CareOregon, he was the Medical Director for the Multnomah County Health Department. Dr. Shah has served as a board member of CareOregon, Jefferson Health Information Exchange, Northwest Regional Primary Care Association and is currently a member of the HealthInsight Oregon board of directors. Dr. Shah received his medical training at the Drexel University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, and undergraduate degree in Molecular Genetics at the University of Rochester. He has a biomedical informatics certification from Oregon Health & Science University. He is board certified in family medicine and a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Teresa has held CareOregon’s top financial position since 2012 and has been with the company since 2004. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and has since served in financial leadership roles for more than 30 years. Prior to CareOregon, Teresa was an audit manager at Ernst & Young, controller at Cascade Physicians — a Portland-area internal medicine group — an analyst at a biotech company and an administrative manager at a regional accounting firm.
James is the former chief diversity officer for Providence Health & Services in the Oregon region, and directed the Office of Multicultural Health for the State of Oregon. He was one of the inaugural founders of the National Association of State Offices of Minority Health. He was also a senior consultant and original member of the National Center on Cultural Competence at Georgetown University. He has consulted with health systems, professional schools and programs, and related health and human service organizations in the United States, Latin America, and Canada.
Prior to joining CareOregon in February 2019, Amy was Associate Vice President Corporate Operations, Molina Health Care, Long Beach, California. Previously, she was CEO of New Mexico’s Health Insurance Marketplace, and was founding Executive Director/CEO of Idaho’s Health Insurance Marketplace. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York, and holds Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Amy has responsibility for Health Plan Operations, Information Services & Analytics and Brand, Marketing & Communications for CareOregon.
Nora joined CareOregon with extensive Medicaid and individual market experience in Oregon and nationally. She was previously a principal consultant helping states, health plans and community-based organizations develop programs that improve health access and outcomes. Nora was the Chief Policy Officer for Cover Oregon (exchange), where she secured federal program design funding, led interagency requirements development and responded to high-profile issues. She also supported multi-stakeholder health reform efforts and managed Medicaid rates development in Oregon and designed managed care programs for Rhode Island Medicaid. Nora earned her master of public policy and certificate in health administration and policy from the University of Chicago.
Jeremiah moved to Oregon in 2011 to attend Lewis and Clark Law School. Before moving to Oregon, Jeremiah was a congressional aide to US Congressman Henry Cuellar (2006-2009) and US Congressman Kurt Schrader (2009-2011). During his time on the Hill, Jeremiah worked on a number of policy issues, but focused on health care policy through the development and passage of the Affordable Care Act. After completing law school, Jeremiah joined CareOregon to help develop and advocate for Medicaid and Medicare policy
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