Humana’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Roy Beveridge, has been named one of Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders of 2016.
Read what the magazine said about Roy here.
Roy is a champion of Humana’s bold goal and integrated model of health care. He has written extensively about the need for a standard set of core quality measures, promoted the CDC’s Healthy Days measurement as a metric for evaluating population health, and called for industry support of physicians transitioning to value-based care.
He’s been instrumental in working with others to unite physicians, business and government leaders, community organizations, medical associations and academics around population health. The unified group looks at barriers that make health hard and works together to test solutions. Then, Roy, on behalf of the group, shares these solutions and research findings so others in the industry can learn from what we’re doing together to make health a little easier for people to achieve.
Roy is known for his thought leadership on population health, authoring numerous articles on a range of medical topics such as medical oncology, stem cell transplantation, integrated care delivery models and standardization of quality metrics. He is board certified in medical oncology and internal medicine, practicing for more than 20 years. He is a member of many societies, including American Medical Association, American Society of Clinical Oncology, and American Society of Hematology. Previously, he has served on many boards related to medical practice, quality metrics and patient advocacy. He currently serves on Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network guiding committee.