Genevieve C. Carroll currently serves as Director of Medicaid, GME and Finance and has over 30 years experience in healthcare program policy, administration, and reimbursement.

Before joining the Alliance, Mrs. Carroll served as Director of Reimbursement for Financial Healthcare Strategies, LLC.  Additionally, she held the position of DSH/Supplemental Payment Program Supervisor with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) serving directly under the Medicaid Bureau Chief.  While there, she was responsible for the Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH), Upper Payment Limit (UPL), and Low-Income Pool (LIP) programs, including policy development; regulatory interpretation and administration; as well as the implementation and policy development of the Physician Supplemental Payment Program.

As DSH/Supplemental Payment Program Supervisor, Genevieve was instrumental in preparing all the Agency’s, DSH Council, LIP Council, and legislative models relating to the UPL and LIP programs.  This included being responsible for all local government agreements, working with intergovernmental transfers (IGTs), Certified Public Expenditures (CPEs) and processed provider UPL/LIP and DSH payments.  She reviewed the annual DSH / LIP Council reports to the Governor and prepared the annual Revenue Maximization Report to the Florida Legislature.  She worked very closely with the Federal CMS agency during the process of obtaining the approval of the LIP, and its annual distribution of $1B.  She was one of the principal developers and LIP website and all related LIP materials (including the Reimbursement Funding and Methodology Document and web-based On-Line LIP reporting tool).  Mrs. Carroll also worked with local governments and healthcare taxing districts providing over $800M in local match funds for the DSH, UPL (LIP), Exemption, and Physician Supplemental Payment Programs.

Other positions held within the Agency for Health Care Administration include Medicaid Regulatory Analyst Coordinator where she was responsible for all rate-setting functions for Medicaid hospital, CHD, FQHC, Rural Health Clinic, and Hospice providers. She also held the position of Health Quality Assurance Regulatory Analyst with the Certificate of Need Program and Hospital Financial Analysis Unit.

Prior to joining the Agency for Health Care Administration, she was the Director of Admissions and Assistant Business Office Director for ten years with a local community hospital.  Carroll has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Florida State University.