Master of Health Administration

MHA In Focus: Benoit Grandmougin, MPH, MHA, FACHE,'11

Benoit Grandmougin, FACHE
Provider Engagement Executive, Medicare Operations Humana

Benoit Grandmougin is a Provider Engagement Executive in the Medicare Operations division at Humana. He’s responsible for value-based arrangements with integrated delivery systems and multispecialty groups in the Northeast Region. He is accountable for the financial performance of risk bearing providers, including operations, quality initiatives, and data integration and analytics. Prior to joining Humana, he negotiated managed care contracts for several health systems including Northwell Health, Mount Sinai Health System, and Emory Healthcare.

Mr. Grandmougin is a Ph.D. student in the Health Sciences program at Seton Hall University. His research and scholarship activities examine the effects of Boundary Spanning Leadership in individuals and groups on organizational performance in an era of alternative payment models. Additionally, his research explores the causes and consequences of rising health care spending, geographic variation in spending, and spending growth and quality.

Mr. Grandmougin earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from St. John’s University, a Master in Public Health from the University of Tennessee, and a Master in Healthcare Administration from Hofstra University. Mr. Grandmougin is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and Board Member at Large for Long Island.

Benoit Grandmougin