Stephen Rogers is a Senior Consultant at Gorman Health Group (GHG). In this role, he has assisted a number of clients in fulfilling provider network needs that includes contracting relationships with hospitals, primary care physicians, specialists, and ancillary providers. Stephen brings GHG clients more than 30 years of healthcare industry experience.
Prior to joining GHG, he enjoyed a diverse career providing long-term executive outsourcing and short-term consulting services with emphasis in project planning and implementation, medical delivery including provider network development and contracting, operations, sales and marketing. He has been responsible for a variety of turnkey health initiatives spanning the continuum from Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance to operational managed care initiatives for Medicare, Medicaid, Marketplace Co-Ops, and Commercial throughout the country.
Stephen served as Interim President and CEO with direct responsibility and oversight for the development and implementation of several health plans in New York (Downstate and Upstate) as well as plans in Louisiana, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Orlando/Tampa/Miami. In many instances Stephen provided the leadership that began with meeting a state’s regulatory requirements and concluded with a state approved operating entity.
Stephen spent more than a decade with US Healthcare (before its acquisition by Aetna) as Senior Vice President (SVP) of Medical Delivery and also as SVP of Operations and VP of Marketing. In addition, he served as Regional President and Corporate Vice President with CIGNA Health Plans where he was responsible for the development and oversight of health plans in both New Jersey and New York. Stephen began his career in CIGNA’s International Property and Casualty division with Ex-pat assignments in the UK, France and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Stephen serves on a number of boards and committees all in the health care or financial fields. He attended the University of Maryland in College Park and the University of Baltimore School of Law.