Enrique Martinez-Vidal Joins ACAP as Vice President, Quality and Operations
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 29, 2018
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Jeff Van Ness, (202) 204-7515
ENRIQUE MARTINEZ-VIDAL JOINS ACAP
AS VICE PRESIDENT, QUALITY AND OPERATIONS
WASHINGTON—The Association for Community Affiliated Plans today announced that Enrique Martinez-Vidal has become the organization’s Vice President for Quality and Operations.
Mr. Martinez-Vidal joins ACAP from AcademyHealth, where he served as the organization’s Vice President for State Policy and Technical Assistance. During his 13-year tenure as Vice President, he spearheaded numerous projects, grants and initiatives in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Commonwealth Fund, developed state-based learning collaboratives and presented nationwide on issues involving coverage expansion, quality improvement and the redesign of delivery and payments systems.
“Enrique’s deep reservoir of expertise in health policy and research will be invaluable to our member Safety Net Health Plans’ efforts to continue to bring innovative approaches to the opioid epidemic, address social determinants of health and other issues,” said ACAP CEO Margaret A. Murray. “We’re excited for Enrique to join the ACAP team.”
Throughout his career, Mr. Martinez-Vidal has worked in a number of capacities for the state of Maryland, including sitting on the Board of Trustees for the state’s Health Benefit Exchange Board and serving as Commissioner of the Community Health Resources Commission.
He holds a Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts from Dickinson College.
Mr. Martinez-Vidal’s first day at ACAP will be September 4.
ACAP represents 62 Safety Net Health Plans, which provide health coverage to more than 21 million people in 29 states. Safety Net Health Plans serve their members through Medicaid, Medicare, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the Marketplace and other health programs. For more information, visit www.communityplans.net.
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