Don Moran founded The Moran Company in 1998 after a twenty-four year career in the health and human services fields.

For the first eleven years of his career, Don was actively involved in the development and implementation of health and human services policy as a government appointee, beginning as the Administrative Assistant to the Cass County (MI) Board of Commissioners (1974-1975), and ending as the Executive Associate Director for Budget & Legislation at the U.S. Office of Management & Budget (1982-1985). In the latter assignment, he managed government-wide budget review operations, and managed OMB’s extensive involvement in the Congressional budget and appropriations processes.

Don left OMB in 1985 to join ICF Incorporated, a Washington-based research and consulting firm, which subsequently acquired Lewin & Associates, to form The Lewin Group.

Don left The Lewin Group in June, 1998 to found The Moran Company. The firm specializes in research and consulting projects that require in-depth knowledge of both sides of the boundary between the public and private sectors in health care. In addition to providing its clients with analytical resources to evaluate the often complex technical issues that arise in health care regulation and reimbursement, the firm provides advisory services for clients seeking to develop effective “policy engineering” strategies. The firm also provides management consulting services for organization involved in developing and executing complex transaction in the health care industry.

Don received a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Illinois in 1973, and subsequently completed a graduate program in employment and training program administration at the University of Michigan in 1977. Don is a member of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and of the American Medical Informatics Association.