Tricia Nguyen, M.D.
Chief Health and Innovation Officer
Dr. Tricia Nguyen joined Altais in August of 2022 as the organization’s Chief Health and Innovation Officer. She is a tenured healthcare executive and astute strategic leader with a diverse clinical and business background. Dr. Nguyen has a successful track record of developing and implementing transformational initiatives within clinically integrated networks, health plans and large healthcare systems. In her role at Altais, she uses this expertise–along with innovative technologies –to drive transformational change in healthcare delivery and payment models.
Prior to joining Altais, Dr. Nguyen was executive vice president and CMO for LHC Group, Inc., a publicly traded national provider of in–home healthcare services and innovations. She served as the organization’s medical expert and primary clinical advisor with shared accountability for advising strategic direction and overall revenue and earnings growth.
She has held several other leadership roles for leading healthcare firms, including managing partner for Perla Health; senior vice president, Clinically Integrated Networks, and CEO, Commonwealth Health Network, for Inova Health Systems; president, Texas Health Population Health, Education & Innovation Center, for Texas Health Resources; chief medical officer for Banner Health Network; vice president and chief medical officer for BCBS of Kansas City; senior medical director, clinical operations, for BCBS of Florida –Jacksonville; and market medical officer and vice president for Humana. She also served as chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, at Menorah Medical Center, and as an emergency medicine physician at Independence Regional Health Center and Alegent Mercy Hospital.
Dr. Nguyen received her Bachelor of Science from Creighton University School of Pharmacy, her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Missouri at Columbia School of Medicine, and her Medical Management Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2005. She is board–certified in internal medicine and geriatrics, board–eligible in pediatrics.