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Kyle Holmes

Kyle Holmes

Vice President

Marwood Group

Greater New York City Area, us

VP at Marwood Group. Marwood is an international healthcare advisory firm located in New York City, Washington D.C., and London.

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Marwood Group

Senior Associate

• Assist in business development efforts, including marketing, target sourcing, research in support of sales
• Manage national consulting network for Commercial, Medicaid and Workers’ Compensation project engagements, including relationship manager with state and federal lobbyist network
• Assist in internal strategic business initiatives for growth and expansion efforts

Healthfirst

Business Analyst

- Claims, Provider Reimbursement BA for government-sponsored insurance programs, including NYS Medicaid managed care, Medicare and Medicare Advantage, NY State Of Health Exchange plans, Child Health Plus, other key insurance programs

Capital District Physicians' Health Plan

Product Innovation, Marketing Intern

• Conducted market research and analyzed product initiatives for health plan implementation
• Performed research and planning for federal health care reform impact, including reform provisions and state and federal regulatory requirements
• Assisted in the creation and implementation of carrier’s product portfolio for participation in the NYS Health Insurance Marketplace

Union Graduate College (Clarkson University)

MBA, Healthcare Management

UGC (Clarkson University) class of 2013 - MBA Healthcare Management
Graduate Student Assembly

Seafield Center

Administrative Intern; Intake Rep.

• Determined client eligibility and insurance benefit coverage in inpatient and outpatient care
• Facilitated phone admissions through healthcare facilities, outpatient centers and legal personnel
• Analyzed both private and Medicaid insurance coverage for over 1,000 individuals utilizing services