Bruce is a Senior Vice President at CNA and has been with the enterprise since 1995. He is responsible for developing strategic and tactical direction for the growth and profitability of CNA Aging Services and National Programs business. Previously, Bruce was responsible for overseeing the enterprise-wide risk control strategic direction and day-to-day operations for the CNA Healthcare, Professional Services and Financial Institutions Customer Segments in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Prior to joining CNA, Bruce served as a manager and healthcare consultant at MMI Companies, Inc. and Bio-Med Associates. Before his career in the insurance industry, Bruce served as a medical dosimetrist at the University of Chicago Hospitals and Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he utilized his clinical experience to treat and manage oncology patients.
Within the profession, Bruce provides educational programs to healthcare professionals and participates in panel discussions for major insurance and healthcare-related associations. He is widely published and often quoted in industry journals. Bruce serves as an active member on several healthcare organization boards of directors and advisory boards.
Bruce received a bachelor of science degree, cum laude, from Boston College. He received a postgraduate degree in medical dosimetry from Yale University Medical School/Yale-New Haven Hospital and a master of business administration degree in entrepreneurship, with highest distinction, from DePaul University in Chicago. Bruce also earned the Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) designation.