Amy Tippett-Stangler leads NEBGH’s involvement in the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions initiative, The Path Forward for Mental Health and Substance Use. She is responsible for on-the-ground efforts in the tri-state region.
Amy previously led NEBGH’s participation in the federal CMS-funded NYS State Innovation Model (SIM) for Advanced Primary Care. In this role, she held overall accountability for deliverables creating strategy and organizing the collaborative effort that brings together employers/purchasers, payers, providers and government to create and implement a new value-based care and payment model to achieve the Triple Aim – improving health, enhancing quality and reducing costs for all New Yorkers.
Amy brings extensive experience across all channels of healthcare, including health plans, health systems and employers, across all product lines. She has held leadership roles at both Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Oxford Health Plans. At Pitney Bowes, one of the most innovative employers in designing benefit strategies, Amy was responsible for health care strategic planning, identifying and implementing regional and nationwide initiatives, health plan collaboration and budget allocation. She has worked at Yale New Haven Hospital and Mount Sinai Health System, where she implemented the strategy for physician solicitation, contracting, and ongoing provider relations. In addition, Ms. Stangler has experience at a population health management company where she served as Vice President, Health Plan Market.