Mike Sacca has over 30 years of experience in national healthcare data, analytics, and health information technology initiatives. His expertise includes clinical quality measure analysis, measurement science, electronic measure development, data quality, application development, and program leadership. Mike has managed and provided subject matter expertise for large-scale national analytic and data-driven development efforts for multiple initiatives across agencies within the Department of Health and Human Services including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. His experience cuts across the public/private sector in multiple clinical care settings, domains and attribution levels, including clinician, group, facility, system, plan, and Accountable Care Organizations/Alternate Payment Models. Mike provided data management and measure analysis for first-ever release of national Part D pharmacy data measures under the CMS Quality Improvement Organization program. Additionally, he led independent verification and validation efforts to ensure the quality and accuracy of approximately $500 million in CMS Physician Quality Reporting System program incentives.