Former Maine Superintendent of Insurance; Research Professor, Georgetown University
Mila Kofman is a Research Professor and Project Director at the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute. A nationally recognized expert on private health insurance markets, Kofman works with states and all stakeholders to implement health insurance reforms. Her approach is informed by hands-on experience as the Superintendent of Insurance in Maine implementing health insurance reforms, being a former federal regulator working with states to implement HIPAA reforms of the 1990s, studying state-based reform efforts and markets, and having worked with employer purchasing coalitions seeking to leverage purchasing power for sustainable financing of medical care.
Ms. Kofman holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland (summa cum laude).