Bruce Greenstein was appointed the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in May 2017. Mr. Greenstein most recently served as President at Quartet, which develops analytics and collaboration technology for behavioral and physical healthcare providers. Before that, he was CEO of Blend Health Insights, a consulting firm that advised health systems, payers, health IT companies and private equity firms in the U.S. and abroad on topics such as risk-based contracting, value-based purchasing and population health management. Just prior to that Mr. Greenstein served as Secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals in the administration of former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. There he helped implement reforms of the state health care system, including launching a managed care initiative for more than a million enrollees, pursuing privatization of state health care facilities and pushing for wider adoption of health IT. Prior to his position as the Secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals in Louisiana, Greenstein was an executive at Microsoft where he led the company’s worldwide health and human service business vertical with teams across the globe. He developed and led the worldwide go-to-market strategy and execution, as well as the development, promotion and maintenance of relationships with government and health care elites (CEOs, Ministers, and Secretaries, of health care organizations) to drive Microsoft’s value to customers in health care. Before Microsoft, Greenstein held senior positions in the federal government at the US Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as well as in Florida state government. As the HHS CTO, Mr. Greenstein leads the Office of the CTO to provide leadership and direction on data, technology innovation and strategy across the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Areas of focus include promoting open data and its use to create value, driving more efficient operations through technology utilization, and coordinating strategy across the Department to improve the lives of the American people and the performance of the Department.