President & CEO
Since August 2014, O’Toole has led MHS through tremendous growth and product expansion, procuring and implementing traditional Medicaid, Medicaid expansion, the Aged, Blind and Disabled program including foster care, a Federal Exchange Marketplace product and Medicare Advantage products. Prior to moving to Indiana he served as the COO at Centene’s South Carolina health plan, Absolute Total Care, where he was responsible for a successful operational turn-around. He has been with Centene Corporation since 2012 when he served as vice president of health plan operations in St. Louis, Missouri.
Prior to his roles with Centene Corporation, O’Toole spent 16 years with Medco and their predecessor companies acquired by Medco. He started as Division Controller in the Home Care business, and was promoted to Vice President of Finance and later to Vice President of Operations. There, he held roles overseeing the infusion pharmacy business in the central United States and had nationwide operational responsibility for the hemophilia specialty pharmacy operations in Nashville, TN. He also spent 6 years in healthcare consulting with Price Waterhouse and Ernst & Young in St. Louis. O’Toole received his Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, Master of Science in Public Health in Health Administration, and his Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Missouri-Columbia. . He currently serves on the boards of Covering Kids and Families, Indiana Association of Health Plans, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce and the Indianapolis Urban League.
Chief Operating Officer
With 25 years of customer service and operations experience, Moell oversees the company’s claims, provider data management, enrollment, call center, and Healthy Indiana Plan operations. Prior to joining MHS in 2011 as Director, Customer Service, she served for three years as an Assistant Director in the Alumni Engagement Office at DePauw University. Moell held various leadership positions in Customer Service and Reservations at ATA Airlines for more than a decade after beginning her career there as a summer intern. A native of Greencastle, Indiana, Moell received her bachelor’s degree in communications and East Asian studies from DePauw University. Moell serves on the Board of Directors for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Indiana Chapter.
A. Joel Feldman, MD, FACS
Chief Medical Director
Dr. Feldman joins MHS from his role as Central Region President of St. Vincent Hospital and Healthcare. There, Dr. Feldman was responsible for oversight of the St. Vincent Hospital & Healthcare Indianapolis Campus, which is comprised of five entities with a combined total of more than 800 beds. Dr. Feldman was a Vascular Surgeon and a member of the St. Vincent Medical Staff for more than 33 years and served as Regional Chief Medical Officer and Chief of Surgery prior to his appointment as president. Dr. Feldman most recently played a strategic role at the system level to help design an integrated healthcare system that is consumer-centric and focused on population health.
Dr. Feldman received his undergraduate degree Summa Cum Laude Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College in Hanover, N. H. He attended Stanford University School of Medicine, and completed a residency in General Surgery, as well as a fellowship in Vascular Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Parkland Hospital in Dallas. He served four years on the faculty of Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, before moving to Indianapolis to found the Vascular Surgery division of Corvasc MDs, one of the largest Cardiovascular Thoracic surgery groups in the country.
Senior Vice President, External Relations
Hage has over a decade of experience in state and federal government and the private sector with a focus on public policy, communications and government affairs. Most recently, she was Vice President of Public Policy for United Way of Central Indiana where she led the federal, state and local engagement and policy efforts. She also served as Legislative and Senior Policy Director for the Family and Social Services Administration where she oversaw legislation, policy, administrative rulemaking and communications. Prior to serving in state government, Hage served in several policy, lobbying and communications positions in Washington D.C., including on Capitol Hill, lobbying for the State of Indiana and IU Health and spokeswoman for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. Hage holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Marketing and Economics from Taylor University. She is a graduate of the American Enterprise Institute Policy Leadership Network, the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series, and is a member of the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana OPTIONS Class 16 and the IU Health Foundation Inspiring Leader 2018. Christina is also active in several non-profit boards including Foster Success, JumpIN, Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, and the American Cancer Society Guild.
Eric A. Yancy, M.D.
Medical Director and practicing pediatrician
A self-employed, pediatrician for more than 30 years, Dr. Yancy continues to maintain his practice in Indianapolis. Originally from Baton Rouge, La., Dr. Yancy received his Bachelor degree from Southern University at Baton Rouge in Louisiana and his Doctor of Medicine from Creighton University Medical School with residency training at Indiana University Medical Center, Riley Hospital for Children. Dr. Yancy was the first African American pediatric resident at Riley hospital, starting in 1976, and is the 2011 recipient of the Creighton University School of Medicine Merit Award. Dr. Yancy serves on the board of Indiana Pediatrics, Inc. and the Joseph Maley Foundation.
Vice President, Network Development & Contracting
Claypool previously served as director of Medicaid risk for Indiana University Health Plans, which included P&L management for the Medicaid line of business. She also served as the director of Medicaid compliance for Anthem, overseeing compliance functions of 12 state Medicaid managed care contracts, and as the Director of Care Programs for Indiana FSSA. Originally from Warsaw, Indiana, Claypool received her Bachelor of Science in public policy from Indiana University and her Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). She volunteers with Executive Women in HealthCare.
Vice President, Quality
Dusina has over 20 years experience in healthcare management in quality improvement and compliance. Before joining MHS, she served as vice president of quality improvement with a non-profit managed care organization in Ohio. Prior, Dusina held senior leadership positions with other local managed care companies and The Ohio State University Medical Center. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Franklin University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from The Ohio State University. Dusina serves on the Board of Directors with the National Kidney Foundation of Indiana.
Shara Wesley, DrPH, MPH
Vice President, Health Equity
Wesley is a Senior Executive with 20 years of experience in healthcare, community, and public health organizations where she has dedicated her career to health equity initiatives that proactively address gaps in social determinants of health.
Wesley earned a doctorate in public health advance leadership from the University of South Florida. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and a Master of Public Health degree from Florida A&M University.
Wesley began her career as a student health educator that created grassroots campaigns to promote preventative health and wellness to college students residing in Tallahassee. This was followed by her supporting healthcare policy and the diffusion of evidenced based public health programs through state and federal government entities like the Florida Department of Health in Tallahassee, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health in Washington D.C.
Wesley eventually made her way to Indianapolis where she took on the role of Manager of Public Policy for Eli Lilly and Company to support the organization’s uptake of major state and federal legislation like the Affordable Care Act. Three years later she transitioned to lead one of Indiana’s largest statewide health coalitions: the Cardiovascular and Diabetes Coalition of Indiana (CADI) at the Indiana Public Health Association (IPHA) and funded by the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH). CADI implemented Indiana’s first strategic plan that address diabetes and cardiovascular disease-together: the Better Together Plan.
Before joining Centene, Wesley was Assistant Vice President at Wellstar Health System, one of the largest integrated health systems in Georgia. Here, Wesley led the triennial Community Health Needs Assessment to identify healthcare gaps across Georgia and address these care gaps through a comprehensive strategic planning process. In 2019, Wesley led the creation of the Wellstar Center for Health Equity (WCHE) and the Wellstar Community Health Department. These entities forged hundreds of new strategic partnerships with government agencies, businesses, philanthropies, nonprofit organizations, academia, and citizens. Through these partnerships, the WCHE activated resources in the community that have yielded significant impact, including increasing access to healthy food through mobile markets; conducting COVID testing and vaccination for entire families through pop-up clinics; supporting the technology needs of local nonprofit organizations to better serve their clients’ healthcare and social needs and more.
Wesley brings decades of experience in strategic leadership, oversight, development and management of a portfolio of community programs and system strategies that pursue health equity by addressing social determinants of health, especially through interventions that minimize health disparities.
Wesley has been a recipient for several prestigious awards, including Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40 and the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2021 Healthcare Hero for Community Outreach. As part of her ongoing commitment to public health, Wesley serves as a Board Member and volunteer for several community service organizations.
Wesley is making Indianapolis home again with husband, Reginald, three children and their family English Bulldog.