Former Manager of Value Measurement
Amy Moyer joined The Alliance in 2011 as manager of value measurement. In her role, she manages and executes cost and quality measurement and reporting strategies for The Alliance and its members. She’s played a critical role in developing The Alliance’s QualityPath® initiative. She also participates in state and federal measurement initiatives.
Prior to joining The Alliance, Amy served as the quality program administrator at Physicians Plus Insurance Corporation. She took on the role of project manager for the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) accreditation efforts as well as the development and reporting of key health plan quality metrics. Her resume also includes work at UW Health (University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics) where she served as a clinical content facilitator.
Amy attended University of Wisconsin-Platteville where she received her Master of Science in project management and Lawrence University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in music, neuroscience and biomedical ethics.
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