President and Chief Executive Officer
Terry Bolz serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Quartz Health Solutions, Inc. Quartz manages nationally recognized, provider-sponsored health insurance plans – Gundersen Health Plan, Physicians Plus and Unity Health Insurance. These entities are co-owned by Gundersen Health System, UW Health and UnityPoint Health. As a third-party administrator, Quartz also offers flexible self-funded health plans for employers. Quartz focuses on local, community-based health care that encourages and enables members to live healthy lives supported by access to a network of local high-quality providers.
With offices located in Madison, Middleton, Sauk City and Onalaska, Wisconsin, Quartz serves nearly 350,000 members living in southern and western Wisconsin as well as parts of Illinois. Iowa and Minnesota. The Quartz leadership team places the well-being of members first as they provide leadership to the growing organization during a time of rapid change in the health care. The Quartz team focuses on ensuring member access to local health care providers, delivering outstanding customer care and providing cost-effective, high-quality health care.
Terry previously served as President and CEO of Unity Health Insurance from 2004 to 2016. He also led Unity as President and CEO from 2000 to 2004 when the company was owned by Cobalt Corporation. Terry served as Vice President of the North Central Region of Blue Cross & Blue Shield United of Wisconsin in 1999 and into early 2000. Prior to joining Cobalt, Terry was a Vice President with Wausau Insurance Companies.
Terry earned BA in economics from Lawrence University. With a focus on insurance, he later earned the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) designation and completed the Nationwide Insurance Company’s Leadership Development Program.
Terry is Chair of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Association of Health Plans (WAHP) and serves as a Board member on the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County.