BLHCT is about fixing whats broken.
Business Leaders for Health Care Transformation is a coalition of business leaders, CEOs, entrepreneurs, and sole proprietors who believe that the employer-based health insurance system is fundamentally broken and hinders American competitiveness. We have members from every state and nearly every industry in the country.
Business Leaders for Health Care Transformation’s mission is to educate the public and the business community about the economic development potential of fixing our broken health care system.
Business Leaders for Health Care Transformation supports:
A health care system that covers everyone with essential services and care, regardless of their income, background, or job status.
A health care system that is funded fairly and sustainably.
A health care system that allows for portable coverage, where workers retain coverage as they move from job to job.
A health care system that cuts unnecessary waste and spending that have no medical or administrative value.
Founder and CEO of MCS Industries
Health insurance industry whistleblower
Board of Directors
"The way our country handles health care is currently unsustainable. It's unsustainable for families. It's unsustainable for public health. It's unsustainable for the American economy."
Board of Advisors
Founder, Ben and Jerry's
Founder, Ben and Jerry's
Founder, Indy Hall
CEO and Co-Founder, Alchemist Beer
Dr. Ed Weisbart
Missouri chapter chair of Physicians for a National Health Program, and past CMO of Express Scripts
CEO and Co-Founder, Mamava
CEO and President, Linkage, Inc.
Professor & Undergraduate Program Director of Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
CEO, Cape Air
Entrepreneur and sustainable business pioneer
Founder, Jeffrey Hollender Partners, Co-founder of Seventh Generation
Former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and co-founder and past president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)
Dan oversees the only national organization devoted to organizing the business community in support of truly transforming the U.S. health care system. He also manages the organization’s Business for Medicare for All campaign.
Dan previopusly served as the public policy manager at Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) for nearly a decade and has worked at the national and state levels on health care reform issues. Prior to his policy and advocacy work with the business community, Dan spent ten years as a journalist for newspapers in New Hampshire and Vermont.
When not working on health policy, Dan volunteers as the Board President of Downstreet Housing and Community Development, an affordable housing and social justice organization.