Senior Program Officer
Diana Crumley, JD, MPA, is a senior program officer at the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS). In this role, she helps state Medicaid agencies use their managed care programs to advance payment and care delivery models that enable better, more comprehensive care for Medicaid members. Ms. Crumley’s work has a specific focus on implementing requirements and incentives to identify and address health-related social needs through managed care contracts. She provides technical assistance through the Advancing Primary Care Innovation in Medicaid Managed Care initiative and the Medicaid Innovation Accelerator Program for Value-Based Payment and Financial Simulations, among other initiatives. She also works on various projects exploring how Pay for Success financing approaches can achieve Medicaid policy objectives and enable investments in interventions that address health-related social needs.
Prior to joining CHCS, Ms. Crumley served as special counsel for the Health and Human Services Commission in Texas. In the Policy Division of the Office of Chief Counsel, she assisted the state with waivers, state plan amendments, administrative rules, and large requests for proposals.
Ms. Crumley holds a JD and a master of public affairs from The University of Texas at Austin. She received a bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College.
ToolkitAdvancing Primary Care Innovation in Medicaid Managed Care: A Toolkit for States January 1970
ReportAddressing Social Determinants of Health via Medicaid Managed Care Contracts and Section 1115 Demonstrations December 2018
SeriesMedicaid Payment Strategies for Financing Upstream Prevention February 2018