Amy Schultz Clubbs, President, ASC Health, LLC
|Amy Schultz Clubbs is a Healthcare Management Executive with a unique blend of strategy, financial, systems and operations experience that results in the exceptional ability to identify operational opportunities and translate them into financial results.
Amy is currently President of ASC Health LLC, consulting for healthplans and other organizations, including acting as CFO at Alvis, Inc., a local non-profit that strengthens our community by providing reentry programs to support individuals & families with justice-involvement; behavioral health treatment services; and behavior support & supported living programs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. And Principal & Vice President, Solutions at Catalyst Solutions, a health plan consulting company providing advisory, operational & technology consulting to help plans operate more efficiently, reduce risks & manage change.
Amy was previously a Regional Vice President for Molina Healthcare, Inc. and the Plan President of Molina Healthcare of Ohio, a health plan that enrolls 15 percent of the state’s 1.6 million Medicaid recipients in managed care. Before she was Chief Operating Officer of Molina Healthcare of Ohio, Mrs. Clubbs served as the health plan’s Chief Financial Officer.
Formerly, Mrs. Clubbs served as Director of Payment Management and Director of Finance for CheckFree Corporation, Director of Financial Analysis/Audit for the Midland Life Insurance Company and in various financial capacities, including Operations Controller, for VOCA of America, a provider of residential and support services to individuals with mental retardation and development disabilities, primarily funded by Medicaid.
She brings more than 30 years of financial experience and over 20 years of health care and insurance experience to her role.
Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance from Ohio University. She also is Chairwoman of the Children’s Defense Fund of Ohio Advisory Board and previously served on the boards for the Neighborhood House and HandsOn Central Ohio.