Randy Haught is a Senior Data Manager at Dobson | DaVanzo and brings more than 30 years of experience performing analysis of Medicare and Medicaid payment policies and major health care reform legislation. Mr. Haught is currently working with more than 100 Bundled Payments for Care Improvements (BPCI-Advanced) participants to manage their monthly Medicare claims data, perform monthly reporting on financial and performance metrics, manage target price data, and perform reconciliation audits. He has also worked with various national and state hospital associations including the American Hospital Association (AHA) to model various aspects of Medicare hospital payment policy and the Children’s Hospital Association to perform a comparative analysis of payments for graduate medical education to help support funding efforts for the CHGME program. Mr. Haught recently worked with CMS, Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services to review Medicaid DSH and Medicare Upper Payment Limit (UPL) submissions from each state to identify gaps in the methodologies used by states and gaps in the data submission and review process.
Prior to joining Dobson | DaVanzo, Mr. Haught worked at The Lewin Group where he focused on data analysis and microsimulation modeling of health care financing and policy related issues. Mr. Haught was the architect of The Lewin Group’s Health Benefit Simulation model, which was used to estimate the impacts of major health care reform proposals and most recently the Affordable Care Act (ACA). At the national level, Mr. Haught worked with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to help the VA better understand the likely impact of the ACA on VA and Veterans. He also worked for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) to model the impact of various health care reform options on coverage and federal costs, which included various aspects of President Obama’s health reform plan. At the state-level, Mr. Haught directed major studies of the impact of implementing or not implementing Medicaid expansion under the ACA for the Department of Health and Human Services in New Hampshire and Alaska.
Mr. Haught graduated with honors in Mathematics from Waynesburg College.