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Dr. Dan Ranieri

President and Chief Executive Officer

La Frontera Center , Inc.

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Email: d***@***.org

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La Frontera Center , Inc.

504 W. 29Th St.

Tucson, Arizona 85713

United States

Company Description

For more than 45 years, La Frontera Arizona has been committed to working collaboratively with our public and private partners to solve community problems. We have the resources and expertise to address issues related to behavioral health, affordable hous ... more

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Employment History

Executive Director

CIGNA Corporation

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Board Secretary
Life Directions

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Board Member
Linkages Inc

Board Member

National Council


BA degree


Penn State


Clinical Psychology

Arizona State University

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Dan Ranieri, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer; 30+ years of behavioral health experience, 20+ in executive leadership; Ph.D. and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Arizona State University; B.S. from Arizona State (Psychology) and Penn State University (Biology). Enjoys coaching daughter's softball team, horseback riding, and competitive athletics.

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Dan Ranieri La Frontera CEO couldn't be reached for comment on Monday.

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La Frontera Center CEO
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Dr. Dan Ranieri is the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of La Frontera Center in Tucson Arizona. He has over twenty years of experience in behavioral healthcare and has held positions of leadership in both the public and private sector. Dr. Ranieri is a licensed psychologist, with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Arizona State University. He has practiced as an adult, child, and forensic psychologist; has served as a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University; and has several professional publications. Dr. Ranieri has also presented on numerous topics and serves as a professional consultant. Dr. Ranieri was hired by La Frontera Center in 1995 with the primary task of transforming the organization from a fee-for-service model to that of full risk-bearing capitation model. Over this period of time, gross revenues have gone from $13.5 to $38 million, staffing has increased by nearly 50%, and quality and efficiency measures have improved dramatically. Dan serves on the Board of Directors of several local and national organizations.

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La Frontera CEO Dan Ranieri said the intention is to have a staggered departure, with Doña Ana County likely being the last area served by La Frontera to make the transition. But all of that is on hold, he said, until the state figures out exactly who they will be transitioning to.

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Part of La Frontera's decision to leave is tied to an analysis of its operations from an outside consultant, said Dan Ranieri, CEO of Tucson-based La Frontera. An option reviewed was that La Frontera stay in Doña Ana County and pull out of several other southwest New Mexico counties, he said. Another was that the group stop providing services in New Mexico altogether but "extend the time line so it's more orderly," he said.

"That's the route we're going to follow," he said.
Ranieri said he doesn't know for certain because it will hinge on the health plans, called managed care organizations, finding replacement providers for the roughly 3,800 clients La Frontera is now serving. Once replacements are determined, the time line will be solidified.
"That really has to happen before anything else," he said.
The delay in the departure is aimed at making the process smoother for clients and behavioral health care employees, Ranieri said.
"You don't want to interrupt the care for people receiving the care, and you don't want to interrupt the paychecks of the employees," he said.
But Ranieri told the Sun-News afterward the group might not leave after all, if certain conditions were met.
The situation culminated with a series of meetings two weeks ago among the state, the health plans and La Frontera after which Ranieri said La Frontera would make a decision. It wasn't until last Wednesday that the group decided to leave Doña Ana County, he said.
Ranieri said the outside consultant, who wasn't hired by La Frontera, evaluated the organizations financial viability in southern New Mexico.
"Their finding was: 'Yeah, it's viable, but it's still going to be touch and go for a while,'" he said.
Ranieri estimated about 60 to 65 percent of La Frontera's 3,800 clients are in Doña Ana County.

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