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Executive Vice President and Chief Business Strategy Officer
Northwell Health

As executive vice president and chief business strategy officer, Richard Miller evaluates Northwell Health's business strategy and organizational decision-making. He oversees revenue optimization and commercial investments, as well as ensures that financial strategies align with organizational strategies. 

Mr. Miller was previously deputy chief financial officer, business strategy, and senior vice president, payer relations and contract development, where he oversaw contracting and business development strategies, payer relations and contract negotiations, health care economics and analytics, and value-based contracting.

Mr. Miller serves as a chairman of the Northwell Health Plans Holding Company and on external boards and advisory committees, such as the Nassau Queens Performing Provider System, Optum 360 and Healthfirst Finance Committee. 

Mr. Miller joined Northwell in 2008 as vice president, financial planning before assuming his the position of senior vice president in 2013. Prior to Northwell, Mr. Miller was CFO for NYU Hospitals Center from 2001-2008. He previously was vice president, finance for NYU Hospitals Center and the Hospital For Joint Diseases. 

Holding an MBA from the Stern School of Business of New York University and a BBA from Bernard Baruch College, Mr. Miller is on the faculty of St. Joseph’s College, New York, where he teaches a graduate course on health care finance.

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