• Alex Morin

    Manatt Health
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    Texas A&M University, M.A., Political Science, summa cum laude, May 2010.


    University of Pittsburgh, B.A., Political Science and Philosophy, magna cum laude, May 2009.

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    Alex Morin is a manager of Manatt Health, an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. Mr. Morin provides policy and quantitative analysis, project implementation support and strategic business services to healthcare providers, payers and other healthcare stakeholders. His project work focuses on diverse topics within the healthcare sector, including public health insurance programs (Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP), payment and reimbursement reform, delivery system reform, health information technology, and federal and state health policy trends.

    Prior to joining Manatt Health, Mr. Morin was project manager at Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at the Brookings Institution, where he led the ACO Learning Network, a learning collaborative of payers, providers and policymakers that developed insights and shared knowledge about Accountable Care Organization strategy, delivery system transformation and payment system reform. He jointly headed the Center's research and reporting on federal health spending, Medicare and Medicaid reform and Affordable Care Act implementation, including issues related to bundled payments, Medicaid and safety-net providers and ACOs. Mr. Morin was also a senior analyst within the IT practice of the Corporate Executive Board, where he conducted trend research, authored white papers and developed diagnostic tools for corporate IT and multi-functional shared services executives.

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    Coauthor, “Getting into the Game: Academic Medical Centers and Population Health Approaches to Care Delivery,” Population Health News, June 2014.

    Coauthor, “Advancing the Academic Health System for the Future,” Association of American Medical Colleges, March 2014.

    Coauthor, “Collaborative Care Before Accountable Care: Achieving Low-Cost, High-Quality Care Through a Regional Collaborative in Florida,” The American Journal of Accountable Care, December 2013.

    Coauthor, “Meaningful Physician Payment Reform in Oncology,” Journal of Oncology Practice, November 2013.

    Coauthor, "Academic Medical Center Pioneer ACOs," Association of American Medical Colleges, March 2012.

    Coauthor, "Core Competencies for Implementing Bundled Payment: Case Study Series," Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at Brookings, Prepared for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, January 2012.

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