Holly Walpole, MPA
Manager, Health Policy and Research

Holly has over 20 years of experience in healthcare administration and higher education. Prior to joining DKP, Holly worked at DXC Technology where she supported four major health plans with reconciliation of Healthy Indiana Plans POWER accounts, as well as improving the CORE Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS). Her expertise includes Medicaid and prescription drug monitoring programs. Her experiences range from leading the security assessment of technology on behalf of the state of Indiana with the prescription drug monitoring program, to being the lead on behalf of the state fiscal intermediary to achieve 100% reconciliation across all four health plans for the State of Indiana’s Healthy Indiana Plan.

Holly has vast knowledge of the intricacies of healthcare in government and has used this expertise in higher education, where she has taught healthcare administration and policy courses for over a decade.

She plays a key role at DKP where she supports the company’s health policy expertise on federal and state payer issues and federal engagement across therapeutic areas.  She closely collaborates with company colleagues to execute successful public and private payer strategies including coverage, coding, and payment policies.  She serves as the health policy content expert for the DKP Team and clients to inform the development and implementation of strategic reimbursement planning initiatives.

Holly graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Masters in Public Administration (MPA). 

Labrador mix

Clark is a Lab mixed with love and energy who joined the Walpole family six years ago.  He enjoys chasing squirrels and rabbits, which he never seems to catch.  He is loyal to the entire family and enjoys all the attention and treats.  He also enjoys going on hikes and bike rides with the family.


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