BlueCare Plus Promotes Jason Lloyd To Vice President

Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Jason Lloyd
Jason Lloyd

Jason Lloyd has been named vice president of BlueCare Plus, the BlueCare Tennessee program serving individuals who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid services. 

Mr. Lloyd oversees all aspects of BlueCare’s Dual Special Needs Program, including marketing, clinical quality, claims, benefits and reporting. In addition, he manages external relationships with brokers, health care providers, the TennCare Division and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. 

“We are fortunate to have someone with Jason’s considerable experience leading our dual special needs program,” said Pat Sullivan, vice president and chief operating officer for BlueCare Tennessee. “Since joining BlueCare Plus as director of operations in 2015, he has consistently excelled in finding and supporting ways to better serve the unique needs of these members, and we look forward to his continued efforts in this new role.”

Mr. Lloyd has more than two decades of health care industry experience, serving in multiple roles at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee for 18 of those years. During his time with the company, he has worked in areas such as benefits administration, fraud and abuse investigation, and compliance management. 

He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Auburn University. 

For more information about BlueCare Plus, visit bluecareplus.bcbst.com.


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