As Manager of Compliance and Risk Management Services with the firm’s health care practice group, Alexander S. Lipovtsev supports health centers, behavioral health organizations, and other health care organizations in assessing, building and maintaining effective compliance and risk management programs. From his previous experience working in primary care and supporting health centers, Mr. Lipovtsev understands the challenges and importance of meeting requirements in a fast-paced regulatory environment. He is committed to identifying and developing the tools clients need to provide their communities with exceptional care within a highly developed culture of safety.
In his role, Mr. Lipovtsev also provides training, resources, and programmatic implementation support in the areas of health care Emergency Management and Business Continuity. He is well-versed in both disciplines with years of experience in emergency preparedness planning and operations. A skilled trainer and curriculum designer, he contributed to the development of multiple templates and training resources specifically geared toward health centers, including a comprehensive toolkit for health centers implementing their emergency management programs.
During his tenure as Senior Director of Emergency Management for New York’s Primary Care Association (2015-2022), he was responsible for the development and implementation of the association’s federal, state, city, and privately funded emergency management projects. In this role, he provided training and technical assistance to health centers to increase their emergency preparedness and response capabilities.
Mr. Lipovtsev co-chaired a high-functioning emergency management peer group of colleagues from primary care associations across the country, where he provided leadership and ongoing support to multiple national projects and initiatives. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Lipovtsev served as the liaison between New York’s community health centers and other local and national health care response partners and provided general ongoing on-call support to health centers in need.
Mr. Lipovtsev also spent several years working in clinical practice management, building a managed care insurance plan for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and providing psychotherapy to clients in a patient-centered medical home environment.