Leadership: Inside & Out
Many members of our leadership team hold positions in the industry that give them a birds-eye view of emerging developments impacting business and clinical aspects of the healthcare delivery system. Our CEO, Ron Kuerbitz, is a frequent presenter at leading industry meetings, and holds distinguished advisory positions at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and Gryphon Investors. Elizabeth Russell, Chief of Payment Model Transformation, serves on the Advisory Board of the University of Irvine School of Business. And several agilon health executives are members of the Healthcare Transformation Task Force, a national think-tank founded to help shape and accelerate the country’s move to value-based payment and delivery models.
Press Releases & Corporate Announcements
August 2019 Partner Innovation & Platform Updates Partner Leadership Seven Stellar ARC Physicians Named to Texas Super Doctors® Rising Stars 2019 Read More> New “Home Away From Home” for Paradigm Senior Care Advantage patients Read More> [...]
Humana and agilon health Expand Relationship, Announce Value-Based Agreements with Physician Groups Working Together to Help Independent Practices Transition from Fee-for-Service LOUISVILLE, Ky. & LONG BEACH, Calif. – November 20, 2019 –Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM), one of the nation’s leading health and well-being companies, announced today that it has signed [...]
June 2019 Partner Innovation & Platform Updates Partner Leadership 1.6 Million Ohioans Smoke Every Day, but COPC’s Smoking Cessation Program is Making Strides to Shrink that Number Read More> During the Largest Measles Outbreak in Decades, ARC and [...]
As we continue to grow as a company, we know it’s important to define the core values that drive us. We hope these values will reflect on why we do what we do. #agilonhealth #ONEteam As announced at our All-Employee meeting last week, we are excited to share agilon health's core [...]
Newly announced models may provide unique opportunity for high-performing physician practices to expand access to care for traditional Medicare beneficiaries
Read a copy of press release by agilon health on its response to CMS Request for Information on Proposed Direct Contracting Models.
agilon health Responds to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Request for Information on Proposed Direct Contracting Models
Newly announced models may provide a unique opportunity for high performing physician practices to expand access to care for traditional Medicare beneficiaries.