Why AmeriHealth New Jersey?
We're one of the only health insurers focused solely on the state of New Jersey. We live here. We work here. And we're involved in the communities. This gives us a better understanding of our members and the issues they face with New Jersey health insurance.
Our mission is to enhance the health and well-being of the people and communities we serve. That's why we have so many affordable plans, one of the largest networks in New Jersey, and various kinds of wellness programs.
But what really makes us different is our people.
Whether you're an individual, a business or in the public sector, our dedicated team can help you find a health insurance plan that meets your unique needs.
Meet some of our leaders
Michael Munoz is market president of AmeriHealth New Jersey and is responsible for the company’s profit-and-loss (P&L) management, as well as oversight of all business operations, including Sales and Marketing, Provider Networking, Contracting and Reimbursement, Clinical Services, Finance and Medical Cost Analysis.
Previously senior vice president of Sales and Marketing for AmeriHealth New Jersey, Munoz oversaw new business sales and retention across all market segments including individual, small and large business, public sector and self-funded. He was also responsible for product management, marketing and public relations.
Since Munoz took the helm of AmeriHealth New Jersey’s Sales & Marketing organization over a decade ago, the company’s market presence has undergone significant transformation. The result has been enhanced product offerings, better engagement with the broker community, and an enhanced brand awareness and public image of AmeriHealth New Jersey throughout the state.
Munoz has more than 25 years of experience in the health insurance industry. Prior to AmeriHealth New Jersey, he was vice president of sales for the mid-Atlantic region and new business opportunities for Oxford Health Plans in Iselin, NJ. There he was responsible for the startup and rollout of new product offerings and expansion into Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Southern New Jersey.
An active leader in the local NJ communities, Munoz currently sits on the boards of the United Way of Burlington County, South Jersey March of Dimes, CARES Institute and Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey.
Ken Kobylowski oversees AmeriHealth New Jersey’s Provider Relations, Provider Partnerships, and Provider Contracting and Reimbursement areas. Kobylowski ensures that AmeriHealth New Jersey’s provider networks support the various product lines of business, including consumer-directed products, ACO partnerships, tiered networks, pay-for-performance, and shared- savings models.
Kobylowski possesses an in-depth understanding of the New Jersey health care system. Prior to joining AmeriHealth New Jersey, he served as Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, playing a critical leadership role during the historic implementation of the Affordable Care Act. As Commissioner, he also oversaw New Jersey’s banking, insurance and real estate industries and held several leadership roles with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).
Before serving as Commissioner, Kobylowski was with Herrick, Feinstein, LLP, a New York-based law firm, for more than a decade. He holds a J.D., cum laude, from New York Law School and a B.S., magna cum laude, in finance from Seton Hall University.
Ryan Petrizzi is vice president of sales. In his role, Petrizzi oversees new business and retention for AmeriHealth New Jersey’s entire sales organization across all market segments including individual, small and large business, public sector and self-funded. He also oversees sales strategy, product development, and customer experience for all market segments.
Previously, Petrizzi was vice president of consumer markets and product development. In that role, he drove end-to-end oversight and accountability of the company’s consumer markets, membership growth and retention. In addition, Petrizzi oversaw product development, product implementation, sales support and AmeriHealth New Jersey’s healthcare reform strategy.
Prior to that Petrizzi held several sales roles within the company, such as director of sales operations and small markets, where he oversaw AmeriHealth New Jersey’s product management and sales operations teams as well as small group and individual market sales segments throughout the state, and director of sales for Northern New Jersey for all market segments. He has also held various sales-related roles with Aetna US Healthcare throughout New Jersey and Delaware where he was repeatedly recognized as one of the top sales people nationwide.
Petrizzi sits on the boards of the New Jersey Association of Health Plans and the Burlington County Special Services Educational Foundation. He was named to South Jersey Biz magazine’s 20 Under 40 list in 2015 and NJBIZ’s Forty Under 40 list. He holds a B.S. in both marketing and corporate communications from Albright College.
Dr. Urbano is responsible for working with the provider network physicians to ensure the effectiveness of medical and utilization management activities, quality management programs, pharmacy management, and medical policy for New Jersey. He also supports physician recruitment and retention activities and strengthens relationships with the medical community across New Jersey.
Dr. Urbano has spoken nationwide on various topics related to case management, healthcare delivery, medical management, and healthcare policy. He is a Fellow in the 2016-2017 AHIP Executive Leadership Program for Medical Directors, a national leadership forum to help shape the future of health care. He is also member of the first cohort of the New Jersey Healthcare Executive Leadership Academy (NJHELA), designed to enhance cross disciplinary, collaborative leadership among three health care sectors in order to improve the health care delivery system in New Jersey.
Throughout his career, Dr. Urbano has been dedicated to improving care coordination. Before joining AmeriHealth New Jersey, he was medical director of care management for the Einstein Healthcare Network, where he worked to bring high-quality, cost-effective care to an underserved urban community. Prior to that, he was medical director of care coordination at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ.
Dr. Urbano received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Rutgers University and his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He completed his residency training at Thomas Jefferson University, where he served as chief resident in internal medicine. He is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Urbano also holds an MBA with a concentration in healthcare management from Widener University. He is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a member of the American Association for Physician Leadership and the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.