Listen on Healthcare NOW Radio In this episode of Health Care by the Numbers, Laurel Douty, Executive Vice President of Clinical Operations for Episodes of Care Services at Signify Health, joins the podcast to discuss the barriers Medicare-eligible seniors face with access to medical and social services. She also shares her insights on Signify Health’s success in the home-based approach to improved patient care outcomes.

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Laurel Douty
EVP, Value Based Care Sales at Signify Health

Laurel Douty has recently transitioned to the role of EVP, Value Based Care Sales at Signify Health taking accountability for the continued acceleration of our growth in Value Based Care.  Previously, she served as Executive Vice President of Clinical Operations for Episodes of Care Services for Signify Health since February 2020. In this role, she led our efforts to drive success in managing health care costs and quality through episode programs. Laurel has been in the health care space for almost 30 years with roles as a consultant in benefits strategy, as a human resources leader making decisions on employee benefits and as a senior executive leading operations for payers and Signify Health. 

On the payer front, she was at Magellan Health, where she held several roles during her tenure including Chief Operations Officer and Chief Experience Officer for the broader Magellan Health Care division, which included: Specialty Medical/Surgical, Behavioral Health, Employee Assistance Programs, ACO and provider care coordination, Medicaid/Medicare health plan and specialty pharmacy claims. Prior to Magellan Health, Laurel was a senior executive with Lumenos, which was acquired by Anthem, leading member engagement for the consumer driven health program.  Before that, Laurel served as an executive with Baylor Health Care system in Dallas, Texas where she launched one of the first consumer directed health plans in the nation.  Laurel holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas at Arlington.

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