Henry Chao

  • Speciality Physiotherapist
  • Degrees M.D. of Medicine
  • Experience 8 years of Experience
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  • Work days Monday, Friday

Mr. Chao has over 20 years of experience as a Federal government Senior Executive leading national scale implementations of complex healthcare programs. Over the course of his esteemed career in public service formulating strategies and directing the implementation of major programs, Mr. Chao led innovative solution development efforts and delivered technical capabilities for national and state level healthcare initiatives. Mr. Chao fully embraced the role of change agent and effectively managed all facets of product and systems lifecycle to meet go-to-market strategies. As a Chief Technology Officer he established technical standards and reference architectures for the Medicare and Medicaid programs to promote greater efficiency and responsiveness to key healthcare business processes. As a CIO Mr. Chao optimized secure and efficient data sharing across Federal and State Programs through implementation of a data services hub and built from ground up, a major IT organization to support the Insurance Marketplace under the Affordable Care Act supporting one of the most significant program implementation challenges in the history of Healthcare in the US. As a recognized and trusted leader, he forged strategic relationships and formed coalitions with government and commercial organizations across the healthcare ecosystem to achieve common policy and business objectives.

Mr. Chao retired from Federal Service after a combined time from military service and public service and is currently the CTO for FEI Systems as well as serving on various advisory roles for several major organizations. Mr. Chao also has been a regular guest lecturer at Harvard Kennedy School and George Washington University speaking to graduate level students on health care and health information technology issues and challenges.