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MCRA Adds Managed Care Business Advisor to the Board

The Managed Care Resource Alliance (MCRA) is excited to announce that Andrew Biernat will be serving as a Strategic Advisor to the Alliance.

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About Andrew Biernat

Andrew Biernat has had a successful 27-year career as a health insurance and risk management consultant, entrepreneur/business owner and business association leader.

Currently, Biernat serves as Vice President/Strategic Business Advisor for Gilroy Kernan & Gilroy in New Hartford, New York, where he works with large complex organizations, municipal governments, school districts, military contractors, manufacturers, business associations and labor unions and for profit/not for profit enterprises throughout the United States helping to identify, categorize, prioritize risks and opportunities for growth and cost containment.  

Biernat is former President of both the New York State Association of Health Underwriters (Now NABIP New York Chapter) and the Greater Central New York Association of Health Underwriters and currently serves on the board of directors for GPO Federal Credit Union, and the National Association of Benefit and Insurance Professionals - New York State, where he serves as Membership and Media Chairman.

Biernat has also served as the chairman of the Employer Working Group for the National Association of Benefits and Insurance Professionals (NABIP) in Washington D.C. and currently serves on the legislative council representing region one, which comprises New York and the New England States. Biernat also serves on BIG I New York’s legislative advisory council.


As MCRA's Managed Care Business Advisor, Andrew Biernat will be a positive addition to the Strategic Advisory Board and a valuable resource to MCRA Members.


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