MacGregor Gould

'93/'99, Chief Business Development Officer, Avertest

About

MacGregor Gould is the Chief Business Development Officer for Avertest.  As such, he is focused on advancing business around the country by partnering with insurers to establish in-network relationships.  Avertest’s innovative tools and approach to substance abuse testing result in superior outcomes for clients, insurers and donors; these outcomes, combined with MacGregor’s far-reaching payer experience and relationships uniquely position him to build and maintain crucial insurer partnerships.

Before joining Avertest, MacGregor served as the COO of Anthem’s Virginia government business.  As such, MacGregor led all non-clinical aspects of the billion dollar Medicaid plan serving over 280,000 members.  His areas of responsibility included Provider Relations, Vendor Management, Marketing, Member Engagement, Regulatory, Advanced Claims Processing (Internal Resolution Unit), Project Management, Grievance & Appeals, Operations Support and Clinical Operations.

Prior to that position, MacGregor was Anthem’s Director of State and Local Government Programs.  In this role, MacGregor managed the Commonwealth of Virginia account, the largest account in Virginia and fifth largest within the corporation.  Additionally, he was responsible for the Inmate Medical Services Program covering over 95% of the incarcerated population in Virginia.  Finally, MacGregor led the Health & Preventive Services Department with staff focused on providing wellness and health promotion services to all commercial customers.

MacGregor also spent time at Capital One Financial leading supply chain relationships with marketing vendors as well as serving as Partnership Operations Director buying and selling charged-off debt portfolios.  In these roles, MacGregor gained significant account management expertise as well as extensive knowledge in financial valuation and data analytics.

MacGregor holds both a BA and MBA from The College of William and Mary.  He lives in Richmond with his wife Katherine and their two children – Dunning and Clara.