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Victoria Veltri is the executive director of the State of Connecticut Office of Health Strategy. She was reappointed by Governor Ned Lamont in 2019 to oversee the office’s mission to implement comprehensive, data-driven strategies that promote equal access to high quality health care, control costs and ensure better health for the people of Connecticut.
From 2016 to 2018, she was the Chief Health Policy Advisor in the Office of Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman, coordinating the state’s health reform initiatives, including the State Innovation Model Initiative, the Healthcare Cabinet and other initiatives. She is a member of the Board of Directors on the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange (d/b/a Access Health CT), and previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of Connecticut Partners for Health. Prior to joining Lt. Governor Wyman’s staff, Ms. Veltri was the state’s Healthcare Advocate in the Office of the Healthcare Advocate (OHA).
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