|Bret A. Morris|
President, Health Net of Arizona, Inc.
Bret A. Morris is president of Health Net of Arizona, Inc.; a subsidiary of Health Net, Inc. Prior to assuming this position in May 2010, Mr. Morris was senior vice president and controller, Corporate Finance, for Health Net, Inc.
As president, Mr. Morris provides leadership and strategic vision for Health Net of Arizona and is responsible for all health plan support functions in Arizona.
Before joining Health Net, Mr. Morris was chief financial officer, Medicare Part D at UnitedHealth Group. Previously, he had a long career with WellPoint, Inc., where he served as vice president, divisional chief financial officer and assistant corporate controller; vice president, operations support; director, corporate budget and acquisition analysis; and director, finance & information systems chief of staff. Mr. Morris also was a senior manager at Price Waterhouse, LLP, and he served in various positions at Coopers & Lybrand, LLP.
Mr. Morris earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from California State University, Northridge and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Health Net, Inc. is a publicly traded managed care organization that delivers managed health care services through health plans and government-sponsored managed care plans. The company is currently ranked #236 on the 2013 Fortune 500 list of corporations. Health Net's mission is to help people be healthy, secure and comfortable. The company provides and administers health benefits to approximately 5.4 million individuals across the country through group, individual, Medicare (including the Medicare prescription drug benefit commonly referred to as “Part D”), Medicaid, U.S. Department of Defense, including TRICARE, and Veterans Affairs programs. Through its subsidiaries, Health Net also offers behavioral health, substance abuse and employee assistance programs, managed health care products related to prescription drugs, managed health care product coordination for multi-region employers, and administrative services for medical groups and self-funded benefits programs.