NAMPI Board

NAMPI Board

 

President
Lori Stiles
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
Manager, Medicaid Program Integrity, Bureau of Audits and Investigations
 
Lori Stiles is the manager of Medicaid Program Integrity for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. She has worked in Medicaid program integrity for over 20 years. Prior to working for the state, she worked for 11 years in numerous program integrity management positions for CIGNA, the previous Part B Medicare carrier for Tennessee, North Carolina and Idaho. She is a certified professional coder.
 
Vice-President
Sharon Ormsby
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Office of Inspector General (OIG)
Inspector General
 
Ms.Ormsby has been the Inspector General for approximately five years in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System.  In this position, she is responsible for the programs and investigations related to Beneficiary Fraud; Member Compliance Fraud; Fraud Prevention related to Beneficiary programs; Provider Compliance Fraud; Data Analytics; Pharmacy Frauds related to the Opioid Crisis; and Provider Enrollment.  Previously, Ms. Ormsby retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Senior Executive Service, as a Special Agent investigating White Collar Crime matters, to include Health Care Fraud.  Ms. Ormsby is the recipient of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, Exceptional Achievement Award regarding Health Care Fraud Investigations. 
 
Treasurer
Brad Hart
Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services
Inspector General
 
Brad Hart is Illinois Inspector General for the Department of Healthcare and Family Services, Illinois Medical Assistance Program, a position he has held for more than six years. With over 17 years healthcare compliance experience, Mr. Hart has previously worked as Special Assistant United States Attorney and Assistant Attorney General. 
 
Secretary
Joan Senatore, JD, CFE, CHC
Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services
Director, MassHealth Compliance, Office of Program Integrity
 
Joan Senatore has over twenty years’ experience working in the Medicaid Program Integrity arena.  Currently Senatore is the liaison for Bureau of Special Investigation (member/beneficiary fraud) and the Medicaid Fraud Division, Office of the Attorney General (provider fraud)as well as oversee the member integrity unit for the MassHealth agency.  Senatore started her career working in the Massachusetts Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Office of the Attorney General.  Senatore is a licensed attorney in Massachusetts and received her Juris Doctorate from New England School of Law.  She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master in Business Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.  Senatore serves on the Board of Directors of the Boston Chapter of Certified Fraud Examiners developing  training for its members and serves on the faculty at the Medicaid Integrity Institute.  She is also the former President of the National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity for 2011-2014.  
 
Regional Representatives Chair
Kelly Bennett
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration
Chief, Medicaid Program Integrity, Office of the Inspector General
 
Kelly Bennett has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1997 and is a Certified Fraud Examiner (ACFE), Certified Inspector General (AIG), and an Accredited Health Care Fraud Investigator. She has been at the Agency for Health Care Administration since 2001 and has served in several roles, including as a Senior Attorney within the Medicaid Division of the Office of the General Counsel, the Assistant Bureau Chief for the Bureau of Medicaid Program Integrity, the Agency’s Medicaid Fraud Liaison, and is currently the Chief of Medicaid Program Integrity, where she has served since July of 2014. 
 
Past President
Jacqueline Thomas
Alabama Medicaid Agency
Director, Program Integrity Division
 
Jacqueline Thomas is responsible for the oversight of all activities surrounding the identification and prevention of fraud, waste, and abuse. The units within Program Integrity include the Director’s Office, Investigations, Provider Review, Recipient Review, Enrollment and Sanction, and Medicaid Eligibility Quality Control (MEQC). Prior to her current position, she held various positions within the Medicaid Agency to include Medicaid Eligibility Specialist (MES) - Eligibility Division and Associate Director of the Plan Monitoring Unit - Managed Care Division. In her position as an MES, she was responsible for determining recipient eligibility for various Medicaid programs. Later she was responsible for developing policy for the Elderly/Disabled/SSI Eligibility Division. She went on to become the Associate Director of Plan Monitoring where she was responsible for the management of two major Medicaid programs. Her duties included the preparation of waivers, conducting readiness reviews, developing claims processing specifications, monitoring claims processing, and conducting onsite administrative reviews. Jacqueline holds a degree in Business Administration from Alabama A&M University. She is a Certified Public Manager and was awarded the designation, Professional, Academy for Healthcare Management (PAHM).