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Ross Weiler brings over 30 years of leadership experience in health & welfare benefits consulting, health plan account management, and health insurer/managed care organization product development. He began his career as an employee benefits consultant with Mercer and has since held senior roles at Aetna, Tufts Health Plan, Watson Wyatt and Private Healthcare Systems. Ross has significant experience as strategist, project leader, key contributor, advisor and educator on numerous complex product, program and service development efforts and has focused extensively on developing and delivering consultative solutions to challenges related to employee benefits strategy, design, delivery, compliance, communication and administration.
Over the past ten years Ross has gained extensive experience in health care reform and both public and private exchanges. He played a key role in the implementation of the landmark Massachusetts Health Care Reform law through the development and rollout of employer-based products for the Massachusetts Health Connector, the first-in-nation state-based health insurance exchange. Since that time he has served as a national and regional Affordable Care Act (ACA) subject matter expert for Aetna and most recently has been helping employers, public and private exchange organizations and state governments comply with the ACA and succeed in the new benefits marketplace. He has played a lead role in developing and launching DHS’ private exchange and benefits administration technology consulting service, and adds extensive health and benefits expertise to the DHS team.
Ross received his MBA from the Boston University School of Management, concentrating in Health Care Management and achieving Highest Honors, and a BFA from the Boston Conservatory of Music. He has been an active member of the New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) Board of Directors for many years and served on its Executive Committee.