President, Government Programs, Nomi Health
In her role, Ratner helps oversee Nomi Health’s government programs business across the country, enabling the company to take action on health care spend data, run payments more directly, and expand access to care to communities most in need. Reporting to Nomi Health Founder and CEO Mark Newman, Ratner’s cross-functional understanding of health care, policy and law is a key asset in enabling government organizations to affect real change in health care cost and access. Her work builds on Nomi’s partnerships with more than 10 states and counties during the pandemic to deliver quality COVID-19 care to more than 15 million Americans, helping power many of the country’s most effective state.
Ratner joins Nomi Health after serving on the executive team of health care company Icario. She previously was an executive advisor to venture-backed organizations to develop Medicare and Medicaid program strategies for emerging markets, leveraging CMS and state frameworks to generate opportunities for program development and expansion, and she held executive positions at RedBrick Health and Prime Therapeutics. Earlier in her career, Ratner served as general counsel and vice president of strategic partnerships and human resources at CVS CareMark, where she joined the leadership team that grew the MinuteClinic division. She is also co-founder and board director of Proximal Health, a health care insurance and technology platform that helps members receive and pay for quality care. Ratner received her law degree from St. Louis University and holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis.