Under the leadership of Executive Director Jeff Micklos, the staff executes on the Task Force’s strategic direction and operational priorities, including development of resources and perspectives and facilitation of Work and Advisory Groups.
Jeff Micklos is the Executive Director of the Health Care Transformation Task Force. An attorney by training, Jeff is the former Executive Vice President, Management, Compliance, & General Counsel of the Federation of American Hospitals, a national trade association representing investor-owned hospitals, and a former Partner in the Health Law Department of the international law firm of Foley & Lardner LLP. Mr. Micklos began his career as a litigator and regulatory counsel for the Health Care Financing Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and also served in the Office of General Counsel of the Social Security Administration.
Jeff is a graduate of the Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America, and received a Bachelor Arts Degree from Villanova University. He resides in Washington, DC with his wife, Monica, and their four children.
Joshua Traylor is a Senior Director for the Health Care Transformation Task Force. Prior to joining the Task Force, Josh was with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) in the State Innovations Group and the Prevention and Population Health Care Models Group. While at CMMI, he supported state efforts to reform care delivery under the State Innovation Model, helped lead the design of the Integrated Care for Kids model, and provided analytic support for the design of other high priority CMMI models. Before joining CMMI, Josh was a health policy fellow at the Center for Health and Research Transformation (CHRT) where he analyzed claims data for health insurers and developed recommendations to improve health benefit design, facilitated a local health provider collaborative to increase safety net clinic capacity, and wrote briefs on statewide hospital and FQHC service utilization in the state of Michigan.
Charlotte Burnett is a Senior Associate for the Health Care Transformation Task Force. Prior to joining the Task Force, Charlotte worked for Northwestern University where she managed the implementation of an HIV prevention project in collaboration with city and state health departments. Throughout graduate school, she engaged in research and evaluation work across various populations with the goal of strengthening social services and improving health outcomes. Prior to graduate school, Charlotte provided individual case management services at a supportive housing facility.
Charlotte holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University and master’s degrees in Public Health and Social Work from the University of Michigan.