Cynthia Miller, MD, MPH is vice president, medical director, Access Experience Team—PRECISIONvalue. She brings over 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She has extensive experience in patient care delivery in the outpatient setting, as well as experience in inpatient care and telemedicine. Cynthia most recently practiced telemedicine to support COVID-19 pandemic access to care. At Precision, she supports clients focused on diabetes, heart failure, oncology, diagnostics, and digital therapeutics.
Before joining Precision, Cynthia served as the Senior Medical Director of Pharmacy for WellCare Health Plans. In this role, she oversaw prior authorization development, utilization management, Pharmacy & Therapeutics (P&T) Committee, Drug Utilization Review Committee, and the Quality Committee.
When Centene purchased WellCare Health Plans, Cynthia moved into the position of Vice President, Medical Director. In this role, she built and managed a team of medical directors to insource operations and created synergies for the combined organization. In addition, she worked closely with the population health team to develop diabetes and cardiovascular health strategies.
Cynthia received her Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Wellesley College. She obtained a Medical Degree from NYU and completed an Internship and Residency at NYU/Bellevue in Internal Medicine/Primary Care. In 2019, she completed a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Florida.
Cynthia is active in several national and state level organizations. She serves as a policy delegate for the Florida American College of Physicians (ACP) to the Florida Medical Association. In addition, she serves on both the Council on Medical Economics and Practice Innovation and the Council on Medical Education, Science & Public Health for the Florida Medical Association. She participates in multiple volunteer activities for the ACP around poster judging, board review materials, and physician leadership activities.
The Tripledemic as a Precursor to Stakeholder Alignment under the Quintuple AimFebruary 8th 2023
Infectious disease outbreaks will continue to increase and trying to find strategies to ensure providers are cared for to prevent burnout and shortage staffing is essential if another pandemic arises.