Calder Addison Lynch
Health and Human Services (joined: May 22, 2017)
Senior Counselor, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services | $161,900 | Financial Disclosure »
Bio, via America's Health Insurance Plans:
Director, Division of Medicaid and Long-Term Care, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. In March 2015, Governor Pete Ricketts appointed Calder Lynch to serve as Nebraska’s Medicaid director. Prior to coming to Nebraska, Calder served in several senior leadership roles within Louisiana’s health agency, including time as the department’s Chief of Staff and Policy Director. There he participated in the formation and implementation of key reform efforts like Louisiana’s Medicaid managed care initiative, Bayou Health. A Louisiana native, Calder earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Louisiana State University and his Masters in Health Administration from the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB).
Former Positions Outside Government
- Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Chief of Staff
- National Association of Medicaid Directors Member, Board of Directors
- Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Director, Division of Medicaid & Long-Term Care
- Nebraska Health Information Initiative (NeHII) Member, Board of Directors
Former Compensation Sources
- Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Chief of Staff to the Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, responsible for managing the immediate Office of the Secretary and day-to-day operational matters pertaining to the administration of the state's health agency.
- Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Appointed by Nebraska Governor to manage the Division of Medicaid and Long-Term Care, which is responsible for administration of the state's Medicaid program and State Unit on Aging.
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|Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services|
|State of Louisiana, defined benefit plan (value not readily ascertainable)||None (or less than $201)|
|State of Nebraska, cash balance pension plan||$15,001 - $50,000||None (or less than $201)|
|Home in Baton Rouge, LA (Rental income for single family home owned in Baton Rouge, LA)||$250,001 - $500,000||$15,001 - $50,000|
|Savings Account||$1,001 - $15,000||None (or less than $201)|
|Checking Account||$1,001 - $15,000||None (or less than $201)|
Employment Agreements and Arrangements
|Employer or Party||City, State||Status and Terms||Date|
|State of Louisiana||Baton Rouge, Louisiana||I will continue to participate in this defined benefit plan. Neither I nor my former employer will make contributions to this plan during my appointment||March 16, 2015|
|State of Nebraska (Date of agreement will be consistent with the date that I leave employment with the State of Nebraska)||Lincoln, Nebraska||I will retain my defined benefit plan. Neither I nor my former employer will make contributions to this plan during my appointment. It is my plan to convert the employee contributions into an IRA upon separation from state service.||April 16, 2015|
|Creditor Name||Creditor Type||Amount||Rate||Year Incurred|
|CENLAR Load Administration||Mortgage (investment/ren tal property)||$250,001 - $500,000||4.25||2014|
|U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION||Student Loan||$15,001 - $50,000||5-7%||2015|
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