Moody: Patients like hybrid health systems

By Kay Nolan, April 1, 2015

Kay Nolan is a contributing writer for This article ran in the April 1, 2015 issue.

In 1993, Mark Moody was thrilled to be offered a chance to live and work for two years in New Zealand, where the country was undergoing a radical change
to its longtime health care system.

He was there, working for Aetna, when New Zealand decided to experiment with expanding privatization within its longtime government-run national health
care system.

Since then, Moody’s had a front-row seat as an executive or consultant in varied health care settings, both in the United States and internationally. Throughout
his career, he’s alternated between public- and private-sector roles.