Tiffany Albert named Blue Care Network president and CEO; Kevin Stutler named LifeSecure president and CEO

Brianna Neace

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan announced that Tiffany Albert, LifeSecure’s current president and CEO, will succeed Kevin Klobucar as president and CEO of Blue Care Network, the HMO-affiliate of Blue Cross and the state's largest health maintenance organization. Klobucar was promoted in May to Blue Cross executive vice president, Health Care Value. Kevin Stutler was named president and CEO of LifeSecure to succeed Albert. He also will maintain his current role as BCBSM vice president, Ancillary Products. LifeSecure provides long-term care products along with other market-driven solutions to help protect people from unforeseen health-related risks and expenses. The appointments were announced today by Daniel J. Loepp, president and CEO of BCBSM, parent company of Blue Care Network and LifeSecure. Tiffany Albert "Tiffany is a well-respected leader within our organization and has helped launch innovative solutions at LifeSecure,” said Loepp. “Blue Care Network has a tradition of exceptional leadership. I’m confident Tiffany will add to this legacy and continue to advance Blue Care Network’s reputation as the leading HMO in Michigan.” Albert brings more than 20 years of insurance experience and a proven track record of execution and strategic leadership. Her broad experience includes new business development, customer management and retention, marketing, program implementation, operations, provider contracting, information technology and organizational development. Prior to serving as CEO at LifeSecure, Albert was director, external sales distribution and strategic sales at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, and held executive positions at other major insurance companies. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan. Kevin Stutler In addition to serving as LifeSecure CEO, Kevin Stutler’s responsibilities include development and execution of strategies for all ancillary products within the Blue Cross Core Health division, and expanding these products and services to better serve the Michigan market. “Over the last several years, Kevin has helped expand and enhance the Blue Cross portfolio of ancillary insurance products,” said Loepp. “His broad experience and knowledge of this market segment will help us provide unique integrated product solutions to our customers.” Stutler held a number of leadership roles prior to joining BCBSM in 2011, including serving as regional vice president of Specialty Sales and Distribution at WellPoint, Inc. Stutler is a graduate of The Ohio State University. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, a nonprofit mutual insurance company, is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. BCBSM provides and administers health benefits to more than 4.5 million members residing in Michigan in addition to employees of Michigan-headquartered companies who reside outside the state. For more company information, visit and
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