Jane Ogle is the former Deputy Director for Healthcare Delivery Systems at the Department of Health Care Services. During her 3 years at the Department she was responsible for the Low Income Health Program at ultimately transitioned 640,000 childless adults into Medi-Cal in January, 2014; the Long term care division that oversees programs for the most at risk older adults in the state; California Children’s Services; and the Managed Care Division that expanded Medi-Cal managed care to all 58 counties and transitioned 900,000 children from Healthy Families into Medi-Cal. She was responsible for the Coordinated Care Initiative that 8 counties are implementing to integrate Medicare and Medi-Cal services with long term services and supports for 456,000 people who are eligible for both Medicare and Medi-Cal. In addition, long term services and supports will be provided to all Medi-Cal members through managed Medi-Cal health plans in those 8 counties.
Prior to her work at the state, Ms. Ogle worked at Santa Clara Family Health Plan as its first COO and in the health and hospital system at Santa Clara County. She spent more than 20 years in hospital administration at hospitals in Trenton and Princeton, New Jersey.
Ms. Ogle is a graduate of Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service.