Danielle A. Lloyd is the senior vice president of private market innovations and quality initiatives for AHIP, the national association representing organizations that provide coverage for health care and related services for millions of Americans. As part of leadership, Danielle oversees the strategic planning for the Care Delivery and Innovation work of the association. Danielle is also responsible for assessing insurance market trends and developing policy in the areas of provider payment models, performance measurement, consumer data transparency, health information technology, artificial intelligence, privacy, and security. She is steering committee chair for the national Core Quality Measure Collaborative that seeks to align quality measures across public and private payers. She also serves as an advisor for several organizations such as the National Uniform Billing Committee, AcademyHealth’s Committee on Advocacy and Public Policy, and the Center for Practical Bioethics’ Ethical AI Project. Previously, Danielle led Premier, Inc.’s policy analysis and development on behalf of more than 3,500 hospitals nationally and played a leading role in Premier’s large-scale alternative payment model collaboratives. With 25 years’ experience in healthcare policy and operations, Lloyd has also worked on an array of healthcare issues for a Congressional committee, government agency, and hospital associations. She has a bachelor’s degree from the U. of Pennsylvania, a master’s degree in public health from the U. of California, Berkeley, and a certificate in Technology & Innovation Advancement from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology xPRO program.