Former Vice President, Corporate Benefits at UnitedHealth Group
Bruce Monte Jr., MSCEP, is a former Vice President of Corporate Benefits at UnitedHealth Group, where he oversaw healthcare and wellness benefits for more than 100,000 US employees and their families. He was previously responsible for global benefits at Morgan Stanley, and prior to that, for healthcare benefits at PepsiCo, which covered nearly a quarter-million Americans. He has implemented a variety of innovative healthcare programs, such as a domestic medical tourism benefit, a Chronic Patient-Centered Medical Home pilot, and a consumer-directed health plan. Before joining PepsiCo, he spent nearly two decades working as a credentialed actuary. He has been an active member of the National Business Group on Health, including service as a board member for the Institute on Health Care Costs and Solutions. In his community, Mr. Monte served a six-year term on the Board of Education. He holds a BS in chemical engineering from Yale University and an MSCEP from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Monte served as a member of the Advisory Panel on Assessment of Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options from Spring 2013 - Spring 2017.
Conflict of Interest Disclosures
As of November 16, 2016:
- Employer: UnitedHealth Group
- Stockholder: UnitedHealth Group