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This week our host Louise Yinug talks with Miguel Brumant, Chief of Staff at Caravan Health. Miguel shares his experience transitioning from a large health care system to Caravan Health’s first Chief of Staff.  

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Louise Yinug
Senior Policy Analyst 

Louise came to Caravan Health in 2018 with extensive public policy and government experience in both the executive and legislative branches of the federal government. At Caravan, Louise leads the development of written content for our external audiences, specializing in policy issues. Before joining Caravan, she worked on Capitol Hill where she managed a research team at the Congressional Research Service. Prior to her time at CRS, Ms. Yinug was a senior health policy and legislative analyst with the White House Office of Management and Budget and then later at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management working on a variety of health programs, including Medicaid, the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program, and the employer requirements of the Affordable Care Act. 

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Miguel Brumant
Chief of Staff  

Miguel has led a remarkable portfolio of projects – from an intern with the New York State Insurance Department where he supported the assessment and implementation of the Affordable Care Act to becoming Chief of Staff at Caravan Health. 
His passion remains ever present for what he describes as the many untapped opportunities to solve some of the complex challenges within the nation’s healthcare delivery system, including equitable health care access, improving quality, and cost containment. He is a driven individual with a motivation to create sustainable changes within the community through his professional work and community involvement. As a prior volunteer with New York Cares, he dedicated his time to addressing a variety of social issues including food insecurity, adult computer literacy and job readiness training. 
His personal and early career experiences were influential in his decision to pursue a long-term career in the healthcare field. As a graduate of the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, he concentrated his studies in health policy and management and dedicated his time to improving the academic experience of his peers as co-chair of the student government association. 
 His success has continued through his tenure at Caravan Health. In a short period of time, Miguel aided in ensuring a successful 2020 pivot to meet emerging market demands and trends during the Covid-19 pandemic, ensuring Caravan met the needs of clients while fostering a best in place work culture for employees. He has also supported new business ventures, including the launch of a statewide BCBS-North Carolina commercial ACO product line. Caravan Health has reported record high outcomes with shared savings financial performances ($120M in 2019-2020), quality performances (95% MIPS score), client satisfaction and employee engagement, as well as the successful launch of Coach, the company’s new proprietary software. 

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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services just issued a lengthy set of policy changes to address the growing COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE). These changes will help hospitals and health providers to respond to the crisis more quickly and safely, including many more options for telehealth in Medicare.

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