Carol McCall, FSA, MAAA

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Carol is a Principal at Health & Analytic Innovations where she combines her actuarial training, business acumen and hands-on clinical experience to help solve important problems in health care. During her 20 years as an actuary, innovator and predictive analyst, she has combined novel sources of clinical, financial and behavioral data to create analytic solutions that help companies improve people’s health, promote consumer choice and enhance company profitability.

Previously as the Chief Product Officer, Carol guided the development of GNS Healthcare’s strategies and aligned them with key initiatives, investments and offerings and served as Chief Innovation Officer at Tenzing Health, a subsidiary of Vanguard Health Systems, where she merged creative analytic approaches with innovations in health services that extended the dimensions of care, improved people’s health, and dramatically reduced their healthcare costs.

Prior to joining Tenzing, Carol led the R&D efforts in Humana’s Innovation Center where she pioneered using sophisticated analytic techniques to build a portfolio of prediction, knowledge discovery and simulation models. She also launched Humana’s innovations in personalized medicine and led Humana’s Health Services Research Center (HSRC), emphasizing research in population health, health outcomes, health economics, pharmacovigilance, and the psychology of health behavior change. Carol also helped launch Green Ribbon Health, LLC a Florida-based company creating innovations in health support services for seniors in Tampa, and later served on their Board of Directors. Carol also served as Humana’s Chief Information Officer and as VP of Pharmacy Management.

Prior to Humana, Ms. McCall served as EVP of Managed Care Business Development for Allscripts Healthcare Solutions and as an actuarial consultant for Milliman. Carol also served as a member of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS), a member of the HSRC’s governing board and as advisor to the HRP Scientific Program Board.