Meredith Williams MD, MBA, is a Board Certified Emergency Physician and Medical Director at Humana. She was brought onboard to spearhead the new Physician Rotational Program under the Office of the Chief Medical Officer, a program designed to develop the next generation of physician leaders in population health.
In that role, she works extensively with Humana senior leadership on initiatives across the company, including projects in population health management, growth strategy, network contracting, provider relations, brand management, big data analytics and healthcare innovation.
She works with teams to help bring deeper insights into the dynamics and challenges of patient care in order to create better solutions as Humana transitions to a health partner for life. She does this while continuing weekly clinical practice as an attending physician in the Emergency Department at Norton Audubon Hospital.
She currently serves on the Louisville community board for the American Diabetes Association, and has had previous roles on the American College of Emergency Physicians Quality Performance Committee, the Board of Trustees for the American Medical Association, and the Board of Trustees for the Texas Medical Association. She is also a published author on quality and operations, including the needs of seniors in the Emergency Department.
She graduated magna cum laude from Yale University, with a degree in History, and received her MD from Baylor College of Medicine, and her MBA from Rice University. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Chicago.
She and her fiancé now live in the Highlands, and she enjoys classic films, cycling, and outdoor theater.