Creating a pathway to better healthcare for everyone
On weekends, you can find Jini on century bike rides, long runs, or finding the best food in the bay area.
When not leading Nuna’s strategic direction, David enjoys spending time with his husband, their daughter, and their two dogs. Ask him about his favorite California wines.
Another of John’s passions -- the climate crisis on our planet -- inspired him to apply his renowned OKR principles in his latest book entitled Speed & Scale: An Action Plan for Solving our Climate Crisis Now.
Beyond public service, Andy is a Founder and General Partner at Town Hall Ventures, leading investments in healthcare organizations transforming and advancing value based care and health equity. He spent a decade at Optum, an organization he helped lead from before its formal inception to the time where it exceeded $35 billion in revenue. In the 1990s, Andy was the founder and CEO of HealthAllies, a digital health company that served the un- and under-insured.
Andy shares his perspectives with his regular column in USA Today, on his “In the Bubble” podcast, and with regular appearances on CNN, MSNBC and Fox.
Advisors to the Board
Today, Alan sits on Boards of transformational companies spanning fusion energy, electric flight, and healthcare. He is also CEO of Aqua Satellite, creating a fleet of autonomous submersible vehicles to explore the ocean’s floor.
Today, Dr. Conway is Chief Executive Office of Optum Rx, leading an integrated pharmacy care services organization that is making drugs more affordable and creating a better experience for consumers, filling more than 1.5 billion adjusted retail, mail and specialty drug prescriptions annually. He previously served as the Chief Executive Officer of Care Solutions within Optum, where he led a portfolio of care continuum businesses serving over 70 million people across acute and post-acute care, care in the home in-person and virtually, mental and behavioral care benefits and delivery, broad population and complex disease health management, specialty care and government health services.
From 2011 to 2017, he served as Deputy Administrator for Innovation and Quality at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and as director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation and the agency’s Chief Medical Officer. Before joining CMS, he oversaw clinical operations and quality improvement at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Dr. Conway is a practicing pediatric hospitalist. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2014, received the President’s Senior Executive Distinguished Service Award, and was a White House Fellow from 2007 to 2008. He earned his MD with high honors from Baylor College of Medicine, residency training at Boston Children’s Hospital, and Master of Science in clinical epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Frank regularly consults with national leaders in payer, provider, and health information technology markets, with particular focus on Medicare Advantage and the role of primary care in healthcare transformation.
Frank has been named the nation’s “Best Private Company CEO” by Upside Magazine, is a two-time Ernst & Young Regional Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist and was named a “50+ Innovator” by AARP.