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Ray A. Campbell III
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Lawyer/Consultant (2012-present). Providing legal and consulting services to numerous public and private clients on subjects including healthcare data and analytics, health information exchange, analytics strategy, and contract negotiations for a large IT project. Have also contributed to several research projects at the MIT Media Lab. Gubernatorial appointee on the Massachusetts Group Insurance Commission since 2013.
Executive Director & CEO, Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (2005-2012). Led a non-profit comprised of most major Massachusetts healthcare stakeholders (including providers, payers, policymakers, academics, consumers, and vendors), working to promote adoption and use of health information technology, health information exchange, and health data. Improved the organization’s operational and financial performance, reduced costs, diversified program offerings and revenues, and maintained the organization’s relevance during major changes in its environment. Significant experience with: private, regional, and state-level HIE; state and federal law and policy relating to HIT and HIE; the collection, use, and dissemination of health data; multi-stakeholder administrative standardization and simplification; the HIT, HIE, and data requirements for payment reform; health information privacy and security; and others.
Lawyer/Consultant (2002-2005). Engaged by Massachusetts state agencies: as procurement counsel and negotiator for the new Medicaid management information system; as negotiator for the state’s online pharmacy processing system; to draft legal terms for a major G2B portal; and to manage a thorough intellectual property audit of the state’s online presence. Worked for private clients on: a trust framework and federated identity management system for the federal government; an identity management project with the E-Commerce Architecture Program at the MIT Media Lab; and multi-state RFID privacy legislation.
Executive Director & CEO, Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications (1999-2002). CEO of a quasi-public authority providing e-learning, e-training, and Internet services to K-12 schools, municipalities, and state agencies. Reversed a large operating deficit and completely revamped the corporation’s business model, operating structure, management team, and staff. Worked on numerous initiatives relating to state and federal education technology policy, technology adoption and usage by educators and students, broadband network deployment and management, and online education. Managed the corporation’s closure following elimination of its budget during a fiscal crisis.
General Counsel, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Information Technology Division (1995-1999). Directed all legal and policy affairs for the state’s lead agency for information technology operations, planning, and oversight. Made important contributions to national policies relating to e-commerce and digital signatures. Headed major state initiatives on e-government, privacy, Y2K, Internet access, and education technology.
Director of Special Projects, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office for Administration and Finance (1993-1995). Responsible for numerous public policy, legal, and management issues spanning the breadth of state government. Specific responsibilities for information technology policy and operations, education technology, revenue management and optimization, and computer system development.
Counsel, Bank of Tokyo Financial Corporation (1988-1989). Provided legal counsel for complex multi-party financial transactions, including large leveraged-lease asset acquisitions with equity and debt investments.
Associate, Burns & Levinson (1986-1988). Worked on public and private securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, general corporate law, bankruptcy law, and computer system development.
Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, Master in Public Administration, cum laude (1989-1991). Concentrations: international economics and international relations.
Suffolk University Law School, Juris Doctor, cum laude (1983-1986). Concentrations: corporate law and constitutional law. Law Review Managing Editor.
Bates College, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Rhetoric (honors) and Political Science, cum laude (1978-1982). Concentrations: international relations, persuasion and argumentation, and policy debate.
United States House of Representatives, Committee on Commerce, Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Hearing on Status of Deployment of Broadband Technologies, April 11, 2000.
United State Senate, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Hearing on the Millennium Digital Commerce Act, May 27, 1999.
Other Positions and Affiliations
Massachusetts Group Insurance Commission, Commissioner (2013-present).
Massachusetts e-Health Collaborative, Board of Directors (2005-2012, and Chair 2010-2012).
New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN), Board of Directors (2009-2012).
TechBoston Academy, Governing Board (2009-present).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Group Insurance Commission, Institutional Review Board (1999-present).
Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority, Institutional Review Board (2008-present).
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Prescription Monitoring Program, Advisory Council (2009-2012).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Insurance, Uniform Coding Advisory Committee (2008-2012).
Massachusetts Administrative Simplification Collaborative, Steering Committee (2009-2012).
Massachusetts Advanced Cyber Security Center, Advisory Board (2009-2012).
eCitizen Foundation, Inc., Board of Directors (Chair and President 2008-2012).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Information Technology Advisory Board, Gubernatorial Appointee (2006-2010).
MA-SHARE, Board of Directors (Treasurer 2005-2009).
Massachusetts Medical Law Report, Rx for Excellence Awards, Leader in Quality, Honoree (2009).
Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology, Network Workgroup (2007-2009).
Office of the National Coordinator, State Health Information Exchange, Objective Review Panel, Chair (2009).
Office of the National Coordinator, Regional Extension Center Program, Objective Review Panel, Chair (2009).
Office of National Coordinator, State-Level HIE Workgroup, Steering Committee Chair (2006-2008).
The Joint Commission, National Performance Measurement Data Strategy, Expert Roundtable (2008).
National Governors Association, Financing and Oversight Models for Sustainable HIE, Advisory Committee (2008).
Eastern Massachusetts Healthcare Initiative, Information Infrastructure Workgroup (2006-2007).
VES Education Collaborative, Board of Directors (Treasurer, 2000-2001).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, E-Government Task Force, Legal and Policy Workgroup, Chairman (2000-2001).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Quasi-Public Planning Council, Education Technology Chairman (2000-2001).
Governor’s Commission on Instructional Technology, Co-Chairman (2000).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Board of Higher Education, Information Technology Task Force (2000).
Commonwealth Contract for Advanced Statewide Broadband Services, Procurement Chairman (1999-2000).
Commonwealth Contract for Internet Access Services, Procurement Chairman (1997-1999).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Revenue Maximization Task Force, Co-Chairman (1995-1999).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Task Force on Y2K Legal Issues, Chairman (1998-1999).
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Online Government Task Force, Board of Directors (1997-1998).
Boston Computer Society, Board of Directors (1996).
Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation, Board of Directors (1994-1996).
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, Board of Directors (1994-1995).
Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority, Board of Directors (1994-1995).
Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency, Board of Directors (1994-1995).
Bush-Quayle ’92 Campaign, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Washington, DC (1992).
American Institute for Economic Research, Adjunct Fellow (1990).
United States Senate Banking Committee, Subcommittee on International Finance and Monetary Policy, Intern/Attorney (1990).