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IMPAQ Welcomes Mr. Fred Butler Jr., MBA MPH, as Vice President, IMPAQ Health

Columbia, MD

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December 14, 2018

For Immediate Release

IMPAQ International has hired Mr. Fred Butler Jr., MBA MPH, as Vice President, IMPAQ Health. He will provide leadership, strategic vision, and management to our Health Division as we work to improve delivery of health care while reducing costs and improving quality.

Mr. Butler brings to IMPAQ more than 20 years of programmatic improvement experience. He has held critical leadership roles in the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Center for Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ). Most recently, he served as Senior Advisor for Integration and Quality for the Quality Improvement and Innovation Group (QIIG).

Mr. Butler developed and served as the lead on multiple CMS models, executing the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Secretary’s and CMS’ strategic vision to transform the health care delivery system. 

He also has been a national leader in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI). The TCPI model executes the HHS Secretary’s and CMS’ strategic vision to prepare 140,000 clinicians to participate in alternative payment models.

“We are excited to welcome Fred to IMPAQ Health,” said Executive Vice President David Baker. “He brings deep experience in health care transformation to our team and will greatly enhance IMPAQ Health’s work with existing clients.”

“I’m delighted to be joining a team with such a broad range of expertise in health care delivery and payment,” Mr. Butler said. “We are well positioned to support HHS as the health care system models more effective population health based systems locally and globally.”

Mr. Butler is an alum of The George Washington University’s Elliot School of International Affairs, School of Business, and School of Medicine.  

About IMPAQ International

IMPAQ helps governments, businesses, foundations, non-profits, and universities evaluate and enhance their programs and policy through research studies, program evaluations, implementation assistance, surveys and data collection, technical solutions, and communication strategies.

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