Mark Cary is the Senior Vice President of Medicare Sales and Actuarial Services at Health Partners Plans (HPP). In this role, Mr. Cary oversees the integration of business development opportunities and develop strategic initiatives to achieve revenue, retention and margin growth for Health Partners Plans’ Medicare product line, as well as overseeing actuarial functions for all HPP lines of business.
Mr. Cary joined HPP as a veteran managed care actuary and executive health care leader with 30 years of experience. Mr. Cary has a proven track record of excellence in meeting or exceeding business goals and customer service in both the consulting and corporate environments. As HPP’s first chief actuary for Medicaid and Medicare, Mr. Cary worked at the company from 2001 to 2006 as director before becoming vice president. In this role, he identified cost-saving opportunities for the company and led several strategic corporate initiatives resulting in millions of dollars in annual savings without compromising quality.
Mr. Cary received his bachelor of science in mathematics from Villanova University. He resides in Philadelphia with his partner Connie Keith and has two children.
President and Executive Director
Staci Scott has more than 20 years of experience in program administration, operations, workforce/career development, education and training. As President and Executive Director, Ms. Scott is responsible for overall strategic planning, revenue generation, financial management, organizational development, staff management and program operations.
Ms. Scott provides leadership for the Foundation through advocacy in social determinants of health for individuals and families in need in the communities and neighborhoods served by Health Partners Plans. Ms. Scott also oversees fundraising, marketing and community outreach for the Foundation.
As President of the Health Partners Foundation, Staci is responsible for ensuring the organization’s activities are compliant and in furtherance of its mission. Along with the Board of Directors, Ms. Scott monitors and assesses sound fundraising practices, champions the organization, advocates its mission to internal and external stakeholders and ensures legal compliance. She also works to guarantee the Board’s directives, policies and resolutions are carried out fully.
In her role as Director of Corporate Citizenship at Health Partners Plans, Ms. Scott is responsible for making recommendations and executing strategies to enhance the organization’s approach to social responsibility issues, including community involvement, volunteerism, education outreach, charitable giving, sponsorships and board memberships. Additionally, Ms. Scott plans and executes the Annual Workplace Campaign and directs the efforts of the Employee Volunteer Program.
Ms. Scott holds a Master of Human Services from Lincoln University.
Mr. Sehi’s responsibilities over the years have included oversight of payroll, accounts payable and receivable, provider recruitment and claims management. He is well versed in the areas of strategic financial policy development, research/grant and investment reporting, bond issue management, construction and property accounting, and the preparation of financial statements for restricted funds.John Sehi, the Foundation’s secretary/treasurer, is Health Partners Plans’ Vice President of Finance. In this role, Mr. Sehi oversees financial operations, the annual budget and monthly reporting, as well as strategic planning, and the assessment of potential new business ventures. Before coming to Health Partners Plans, Mr. Sehi held financial leadership positions at Mercy Health Corporation of Southeastern PA and QualMed Plans for Health.
Mr. Sehi holds both a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Master’s in Business Administration from Drexel University. He is an Advanced Member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Johnna Baker, Esq.
Practicing as an attorney since 1991, Ms. Baker specializes in corporate counsel for health insurers and managed care organizations. She has worked for one of the largest health insurers in the United States and has experience working for and creating start-up organizations, including entities such as foundations, third party administrators, and various partnerships. Ms. Baker has also served as legal counsel and secretary on a number of Boards.
She received her law degree from Widener University and was a magna cum laude graduate of West Chester University.As Health Partners Plans’ General Counsel/Vice President of Legal Affairs, Johnna Baker oversees Complaints/Grievances, Special Investigations and Law units. She manages outside litigation; drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of contracts; and serves as chairperson of the Policies & Procedures Committee and is the Enterprise Risk Management Officer. She also provides legal advice and guidance on all corporate matters, including member and provider complaints and appeals, fraud and abuse, contracting, product development, licensing, terminations, regulatory and government matters, reimbursement, leasing, real estate, intellectual property, strategic planning, and other commercial and corporate issues.
Eugene T. Diebold
Gene Diebold has more than 20 years’ experience in the financial services and healthcare insurance industry. As the Health Partners Plans Controller, Mr. Diebold oversees the organization’s corporate accounting and reporting function and is primarily responsible for the financial infrastructure, accounting, and planning, reporting and monitoring functions. In addition, he is responsible for financial operations and internal and external financial reporting to management, the HPP Board and regulatory agencies.
Prior to joining Health Partners Plans, Mr. Diebold worked with CIGNA Corporation in various leadership management roles in accounting and finance, including being responsible for CIGNA’s consolidated financial statements and statutory reporting for its largest insurance subsidiary. Prior to CIGNA, his worked in the assurance practice of Coopers & Lybrand, LLP, now PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, specializing in the insurance, financial services and healthcare business sectors.
Mr. Diebold is a CPA and member of Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA. He also serves as a member of the Finance Committee for the Medicaid Health Plans of America (MHPA), serves as a business advisory council member for the King’s College William G. McGowan School of Business.
Mr. Diebold received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He resides in Centre Square, Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.
For the past 32 years, Glenn J. Miller has served as a senior executive for CHC Solutions (previously Interphase Medical Equipment) in Philadelphia. As a co-founder of CHC Solutions, Miller’s expertise includes contractual, financial and operational business development in the pediatric, youth and adult special needs market.
Miller has devoted his career to improving the lives of individuals with special and complex medical conditions. Currently, CHC Solutions provides medical equipment and supplies to underserved and special needs children, youth and adults in the Lehigh/Capital and Western Pennsylvania regions. His company also works with the PA Medical Home Initiative, which provides a comprehensive coordinated care model for children with special needs. Miller has developed and collaborated with the Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs at St. Christopher’s Hospital—an evidenced-based Home assessment program that collects data for physicians and managed care organizations to determine outcome measures for quality improvement, emergency and disaster preparedness, and fire and environmental safety issues.
Miller resides in Philadelphia with his wife Esther and three children. Miller received his bachelor’s degree from La Salle College.
Nadia Glenn is the Director of Strategic Planning and Initiatives at Health Partners Plans. In this capacity, she provides invaluable insights to support Health Partners Plans’s business strategy, mission and vision. Glenn helps establish and support the long-term collaborative relationships that Health Partners Plans continues to build with members, community organizations, employees and the health care community. These relationships allows Health Partners Plans to tackle challenges that impact the service area, which helps better serve members and improves health care for the community overall.
She brings more than 15 years of experience working on health care innovations and 10 years of service at Health Partners Plans. Prior to her current role, Glenn served as a manager in Health Partner Plans’s Government Relations and Compliance department.
Glenn received her bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology from Rowan University and attended both the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University for her graduate studies.