Humana’s Colin Drylie, a Director of Innovation, has been named to the 2017 Becker’s Hospital Review list of Rising Stars in Healthcare under the age of 40.
“The individuals included on this have gone above and beyond to achieve greatness in the healthcare field at a young age,” Beckers said in a news release. “The list includes physicians, hospital and health system executives and healthcare company innovators. Becker’s Healthcare is honored to profile individuals who have made an impact on the healthcare system during their short careers and excited to see these individuals shine in the future.”
Colin focuses on improving member health in the Medicare Advantage business. As a member of Humana’s Health Innovation team, he leads horizontal teams through structured approaches to human-centered design and innovation to drive new solution development and commercialization. This includes setting innovation strategies, developing concepts, prototype testing, piloting, and solution portfolio management guided by milestone-driven development processes. His work has been instrumental in developing best practices for health solutions design, development and management in a highly complex and regulated healthcare environment.
“The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team accepted nominations and conducted an internal review process to select members of this year’s list,” Becker’s said. “The list seeks to highlight the accomplishments of outstanding individuals who climbed the ranks within their organizations or founded their own innovative businesses. Many of the Rising Stars have received top honors from professional organizations and impressed their colleagues with expertise well beyond their years.”