Arthur Webb brings to Capalino+Company almost 40 years of experience in the health care field. He is widely recognized for his work in building systems of care for some of the most difficult to serve persons. Having been in top executive roles for most of his career, he understands the dynamics of creating solutions for organizations that are effective and efficient.
Arthur served as a public official in New York State government for 18 years. His responsibility for Medicaid budgets in the state budget division; Commissioner or Director of four government agencies including Department of Social Services (the welfare, Medicaid and social services agency, which was re-organized in the 1990s); Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities; Office of Substance Abuse Services (integrated into the Office of Alcohol Substance Abuse Services—OASES); and former Health Planning Commission.
As a provider, Arthur served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Village Care of New York and, most recently, Chief Operating Officer of St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Centers in New York.
Arthur is the owner and principal of the Arthur Webb Group. His work as a consultant is focused on policies for vulnerable populations.
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