Our Advisory Council
SCAN Group’s Advisory Council offers guidance on how best to align with, grow and foster organizations that promote SCAN’s mission to support healthier aging. The inaugural members of our Advisory Council include:
President of CareJourney, an open data and analytics platform building a trusted, transparent rating system for physicians, networks, facilities and markets on the move to value. Mr. Chopra served as the first U.S. Chief Technology Officer and the fourth Virginia Secretary of Technology. A graduate of both the Harvard Kennedy School and The Johns Hopkins University, Mr. Chopra is an expert in public/private collaboration and is the author of Innovative State: How New Technologies can Transform Government.
Ana Gupte, Ph.D.
Strategy, finance and innovation leader and advisor with over two decades of experience in Healthcare Services and Digital Health. Most recently, Dr. Gupte served as SVP, chief strategy & innovation officer at Florida Blue and its parent company, GuideWell. She developed considerable expertise in equity research as a senior healthcare equity analyst at the Wall Street firms of SVB Leerink and Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., and was also managing director of Corporate Planning at Aetna, Inc.
Abby Miller Levy, M.B.A.
Managing partner and co-founder of Primetime Partners, a venture capital fund that invests in early stage companies that can transform the quality of living for older adults. Ms. Miller Levy has spent her career building brands across consumer products, media and health and wellness, most recently as the senior vice president of Strategy & Growth at SoulCycle and president of Thrive Global.
J. Mario Molina, M.D.
Healthcare entrepreneur, endocrinologist and philanthropist, best known for his tenure of over 20 years as chairman and chief executive officer of Molina Healthcare, a Fortune 200 company he and his family founded in the 1980’s. He is currently chairman of the board at United States of Care, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Global and Community Health at Claremont Graduate University. He has served on a variety of corporate and non-profit boards including those of Johns Hopkins Medicine and The Huntington Library.
Allyson Y. Schwartz
Former U.S. Representative representing Pennsylvania from 2005-2015. Schwartz served on the powerful Ways and Means Committee and was instrumental in passage of the ACA, expansion of CHIP, and investments in health information technology and medical research. After leaving Congress, Schwartz was the founding president & CEO of Better Medicare Alliance, a national organization dedicated to advocating for Medicare Advantage. Schwartz is now senior consultant with the Healthcare and Life Sciences Strategic Communications practice at FTI Consulting, a global business advisory firm that supports businesses and non-profits to manage change, meet complex challenges, anticipate and make the most of opportunities.
David Brailer, M.D., Ph.D. (Emeritus)
Executive chairman, Health Evolution and former managing partner at HEP, a fund that invested in companies with the potential to transform health care delivery. Dr. Brailer was appointed by President George W. Bush as the nation’s first National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and was the founder and CEO of CareScience, for which he raised private and public capital in order to develop numerous solution and technology platforms.
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