Bruce Bullen

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Bruce Michael Bullen (born 15 April 1947) is an American government and health care executive from Boston, Massachusetts.

He was the interim Chief Executive Officer (handpicked by Charlie Baker[1]) and formerly Chief Operating Officer of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. (HPHC), a non-profit healthcare services entity formed from the merger of the Harvard Community Health Plan and Pilgrim Health Care

Before working at HPHC, Bullen was the Commissioner of the Division of Medical Assistance in Massachusetts (DMA), where he was responsible for the administration of the MassHealth (the Medicaid in Massachusetts) program.

Prior to DMA, Bullen worked in Massachusetts state government on the Senate Budget Ways & Means Committee.

Bullen has a master's degree in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and an undergraduate degree from Williams College in 1970.[2]

Bullen lives in Weston, Massachusetts with his wife Maria Krokidas, a Boston attorney, and their three children.

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