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Bowden, Kenneth 

Kenneth T. Bowden, II, Esquire

Senior Counsel
CIGNA HealthCare
Hartford, CT
(860) 226-3083
ken.bowden@cigna.com

Mr. Bowden is Senior Counsel for CIGNA HealthCare His primary focus is on provider contracting and relations including provider anti-trust issues, regulatory matters, sales and underwriting, producer licensing and compensation, and stop loss. Prior to CIGNA HealthCare’s acquisition of the company, Mr. Bowden was Assistant General Counsel for Healthsource, Inc. where he served as the company’s national litigation manager. He also oversaw Healthsource’s anti-fraud initiatives and programs.

In addition, Mr. Bowden achieved a highly respected reputation in the public sector, serving as an Assistant Attorney General in the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office from 1989 to 1996 where he was the Director of the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. He was also an Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Medicaid Fraud Control Unit from 1981 to 1989 and was Unit Chief from 1987 to 1989. As a healthcare fraud investigator and prosecutor, Mr. Bowden pioneered the use of relational databases as an investigative tool in healthcare fraud cases. He also served as a staff counsel with the Massachusetts Rate Setting Commission.

Mr. Bowden is the co-author of C. Braun and K. Bowden, Government Antitrust Enforcement Against Healthcare Providers: The Payor Victim’s Perspective, HMOs and Health Plans, AHLA (Winter 2007). He is also the author of To Diligently Inquire: New Hampshire Grand Jury Practice (New Hampshire Department of Justice, 1994) and Determining A Reasonable Price For Health Care In The United States: Is This Possible, 34 The Brief 26 (ABA), Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (Spring 2005). He was also a contributing author and reviewer of Fraud: the Hidden Cost of Health Care (HIAA 1996) and Health Care Fraud—An Introduction to Detection, Investigation, and Prevention (HIAA 2001) and was coauthor of K. Bowden and J. Meyers, Avoiding Provider Payor Payment Disputes, HMOs and Health Plans, AHLA, (Winter 2002).

He is a graduate of New York University and the Boston University School of Law.


 
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