I founded Jason Lippman Solutions, LLC in 2019 as a health and social services consultancy to help organizations adapt quickly and thrive in today’s dynamic health care marketplace. Informed by 20+ years of strategy and management experience, and driven by a vision that puts people first, JLS’ mission is to support the health, behavioral health, and social service sectors with strategies and solutions that improve connectivity among people, providers, and payers.
Most recently, I worked at a national consulting and market intelligence firm serving clients in the health and human service sector. I provided strategy and marketing consultation to service provider organizations and technology firms to elevate their brands and value proposition. Additionally, I identified and built strong relationships with national industry experts to serve as faculty and keynotes at the firm's annual institute series, as well as design and develop curriculum content and subject matter expertise.
Prior to establishing my own consultancy, I worked as a VP, Strategy and Development at Beacon Health Options (now Carelon Behavioral Health), a national behavioral health care management organization. Here, I worked to promote business opportunities to:
Advance business development plans in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
Grow relationships with stakeholders and colleagues from across the country to develop innovative models in care management and specialty population health.
I previously served as the Interim President and CEO at The Coalition for Behavioral Health, where I worked assiduously to:
Lead the organization through its leadership transition, designing and exceeding the goals of the strategic plan approved by the Board of Directors.
Stabilize and recast the organization’s direction to rebuild its membership base and better position them for success in a managed care and data-driven environment.
Develop external partners nationally and statewide to develop new resources and opportunities for The Coalition’s members, and engage in merger/affiliation discussions.
In my past experience at Amida Care, a special needs health plan designed for people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions, I worked collaboratively to:
Secure Amida Care’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program planning grant and lead stakeholders in the development and design of programs that enhance quality and access to care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Design pilot programs, including peer health navigation services, viral load suppression initiative, crisis diversion, hospital step-down services, and care integration learning collaboritve.
Earlier in my career, I served at the NYC Mayor's Office of Management and Budget (OMB) on the Health Taskforce, where I was responsible for planning and oversight of a $711M budget for the city's mental health, substance use, and intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) programs.