Meet Brian Keane
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Brian Keane is a Strategy & Operations leader in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Health Plan practice. He leverages more than 25 years of experience to assist clients (which include national health carriers, Blue Cross Blue Shield regional plans, and varied local and specialized plans) in the identification, planning, and delivery of complex solutions in response to rapidly evolving business needs. As an example, Brian designed and implemented a (private) commercial health insurance purchasing exchange in 2003 for a large regional health plan that has since served as the blueprint for the industry.
Brian is one of our national Health Insurance Exchange (HIX) practice leaders. His primary role is to develop and deliver the strategy and business solution components that complement our technical solution. He currently serves as an advisor for a number of our large state Health Insurance Exchange engagements. Brian also serves on our joint Commercial Health Insurance, Public Sector, and Federal Health Reform development teams.
Prior to his focus on the Health Insurance Exchange market, Brian led major engagements for his health plan clients including health care reform impact assessment and strategic planning, product development, ICD-10 assessment and solutions development, operations and IT redesign for all major functional areas, CRM (sales and service) strategy design and execution, and numerous medical and administrative cost optimization engagements.
Before joining Deloitte, Brian served in executive leadership roles at two national health insurance carriers and at a private start-up company that pioneered the business model and functionality for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).
Located in Deloitte’s Philadelphia office, Brian is a business graduate of the University College Dublin (UCD) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (FCA).
My area of specialization
- Strategy and business operations for the Health Insurance and Exchange market