Minneapolis, MN - United States of Care announced today that Allison O'Toole was named Director of State Affairs. O'Toole will be responsible for state initiatives throughout the country to expand access to health care.
O'Toole joins United States of Care from MNsure where she served most recently as CEO of the insurance exchange. O'Toole led the exchange through three years of record-breaking enrollment, improved customer service, and increased system stability. In addition, she was responsible for driving their marketing campaign, developing the strategic overhaul of the MNsure outreach and enrollment grants program. Moreover, Minnesota led the nation in the percentage of new enrollees for two years in a row.
"Allison is a proven leader, and we are excited to have her lead our effort to help states cover more of their residents through innovative health care programs," said Executive Director, Emily Barson. "She has developed a national reputation for her work to expand affordable health care options to all Americans .
Prior to her time at MNsure, O'Toole was a director at a Minneapolis-based public affairs firm and state director for U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar.
United States of Care Board Chair Andy Slavitt said, "I have followed Allison's career and successes for many years. I am thrilled that she will be a key part of the growing team to get health care to all Americans. Her professionalism and relentless commitment off purpose will be invaluable as we strive to close the health care gaps across the country."
O'Toole will start her role on April 16th and will work out of United States of Care's Minnesota headquarters.
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About United States of Care:
United States of Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that every single American has access to quality, affordable health care regardless of health status, social need, or income. A movement to achieve long-lasting solutions that make health care better for everyone, United States of Care works with Americans from across the country to change the conversation and put health care over politics.