Aliza Arjoyan is senior vice president, provider partnerships and network management, at Blue Shield of California, a nonprofit health plan with $22.9 billion in annual revenue serving 4.7 million members in the state's commercial, individual, and government markets. Arjoyan leads provider engagement strategies and oversees provider partnerships and relations along with network contracting, compliance, and analytics. She is also responsible for Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), Medicare and Medi-Cal network expansion.
Arjoyan is an accomplished executive within these disciplines and much of her success can be attributed to a passion for team development, strategic planning, and optimization of managed care operations. Arjoyan’s exceptional leadership acumen results in high performance teams that embrace a posture of listening, learning, nurturing, and influencing across organizational levels. These skills extend to provider relationships that promote integration, effective population health management, and shared rewards for quality care and affordability.
Arjoyan joined Blue Shield in 2017, expanding her impressive career with over 25 years of California-based healthcare management experience. She led Humana’s network team for the California and Hawaii markets, helping expand the organization’s footprint from five to 21 counties through strategic provider partnerships and innovative value-based structures. Prior to that she focused on Medicare and Medi-Cal network strategy and provider engagement at SCAN Health Plan, preceded by her role as director of network management for ValueOptions, where she pioneered behavioral-health managed care for the state of California.
Arjoyan earned her Master of Health Care Administration degree from University of Phoenix and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration from California State University at Northridge.