Acting Center Director
CMS Center for Program Integrity
Jonathan Morse is the Acting Center Director at the CMS Center for Program Integrity (CPI), leading policy and operations for provider enrollment, investigations and audits as well as overall policy development within CMS for Medicare, Medicaid and Marketplace programs. He also leads the agency’s opioid strategy, Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership, and improper payments coordination. From 2005 to 2010, Jonathan worked at the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) where he served as a senior budget examiner, working with CMS on Medicare physician payment policy and program integrity issues, and developing the President’s annual Budget. During development of the Affordable Care Act in 2009-2010, Jonathan collaborated with CMS and Capitol Hill staff to develop numerous provisions for the legislation, including Medicare program integrity provisions, physician transparency and numerous payment reforms. Prior to joining CMS in the spring of 2015, Jonathan served as a Senior Manager for Deloitte Consulting, leading projects at CMS and other Federal and State health agencies, including two projects for CPI, on organization design and another on Medicaid managed care. He also led Medicaid program integrity and provider enrollment projects for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, conducting analysis and developing strategies to improve processes and incorporate meaningful performance measures. Jonathan received his B.A. from Union College in 1995 and his J.D. in Health Law from the University of Maryland in 2002.