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Dylan Landers-Nelson

Director, Business Group on Health

About me

Dylan Landers-Nelson is a Director at Business Group on Health. In his role, he leads the Business Group’s Executive Committee on Value Purchasing, Health Innovations Forum and Industry Council. He also directs a strategic cross-organization initiative to elevate the industry’s focus on mental health care issues. 

His areas of expertise include health care cost containment, health care delivery system engagement, and mental health. His work creates value for employer-members by delivering actionable information on multiple topics, including health care payment and delivery reforms, site of care strategies, benefit plan design and health care purchasing strategies, and specialty pharmaceuticals management.

Prior to his role at the Business Group, Landers-Nelson worked on the Aligning Forces for Quality project at George Washington University, focusing on grant management, payment reform, population health, and ambulatory quality improvement issues.

Landers-Nelson received his Bachelor of Arts degree in government and public policy from Dartmouth College and a Master of Public Health from the George Washington University. He is the proud dad of a toddler in cancer treatment and an infant, so he’s likely very tired right now.

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