Dr. Richard J Migliori, MD, currently serves as the Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer of UnitedHealth Group.
In 2013, Dr. Migliori was appointed executive vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer of UnitedHealth Group, working with businesses across the enterprise to help improve health care quality, access and affordability. Dr Migliori is also part of the UnitedHealthGroup enterprise-wide Innovation Council and is committed to deepening the value UnitedHealth Group brings to market through innovation, establishing critical strategic priorities, and driving cultural change and practical support for experimentation. Previously,as executive vice president for Health Services, Dr. Migliori was responsible for the ongoing development, design and adaptation of market-leading clinical innovations aimed at ensuring clinical excellence, improving clinical and economic outcomes, and delivering robust business performance on behalf of UnitedHealth Group’s largest public and private sector clients.
During his leadership at UnitedHealth Group, Dr. Migliori has spearheaded the design,organization and management of national health care delivery networks. He has been appointed as a member of Governor Dayton’s Governor’s Committee at the University of Minnesota’s Medical School. He has previously served on the Harvard University / Kennedy School of Government Health Care Delivery Policy Committee. He is a member of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the Advisory Committee on Transplantation advising the Secretary of Health and Human Services on public policy for human organ transplantation. He has published more than 49 articles on topics ranging from continuous quality improvement methods in a clinical setting to surgical oncology and solid organ transplant.
Dr. Migliori received his Sc.B. (‘78), and MD (‘81) from Brown University, and completed a National Health Research Fellowship in immunology, transplantation and oncology funded by the National Institutes of Health. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery.