Chief Executive Officer
Maine Health Management Coalition (MHMC)
Andrew Webber is the Chief Executive Officer of the Maine Health Management Coalition (MHMC), having joined the organization in September of 2013. MHMC is a statewide, not-for-profit, purchaser-led coalition with diverse stakeholders working collaboratively to improve health and to maximize the value of healthcare services. As President and CEO, Mr. Webber is responsible for overseeing all organizational activities including MEHC’s pioneering work in performance measurement and public reporting. Throughout his 35 year career, Mr. Webber has been a vocal advocate for advancing the triple aim of better health and healthcare at a lower cost.
Mr. Webber currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC), the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute (HCI3 – the combined Bridges to Excellence and Prometheus Payment organizations), and the Center for Advancing Health (CFAH). He is a member of the IOM Roundtable on Population Health Improvement and sits on the National Advisory Council for the Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Mr. Webber previously served on the boards of the National Quality Forum and the Leapfrog Group.
Prior to joining MHMC, Mr. Webber served for a decade in Washington, DC as the President and CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health (NBCH), a national membership association of 53 employer-led health coalitions in states, regions, and communities throughout the nation. Previous positions also include: Vice President for Public Policy at the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA); Senior Associate for the Consumer Coalition for Quality Health Care; and Executive Vice President for the American Medical Peer Review Association (currently renamed the American Health Quality Association). Mr. Webber started his health policy career in 1978 as an employee of the Washington Business Group on Health (now renamed the National Business Group on Health), rising to the position of Vice President for Public Policy.
Mr. Webber is a frequent speaker and lecturer on health and healthcare policy issues. He enjoys golf, sailing, kayaking, cross country skiing, and hiking in the woods with his wife Orysia, daughter Nastia, and family dog, Aza. Mr. Webber is a graduate of Harvard College.