Alan is an Advisor for Clinical Affairs at DayTwo. He is currently SVP for Strategy and Analytics and Chief Medical Officer for Blue Health Intelligence. He has over 30 years of clinical, health strategy, healthcare IT, clinical informatics and change management experience and is considered a leading innovator in health care management.
Dr. Spiro has a varied background including having been Chief Medical Officer at Medica, a health services company, and a co-founder of Accolade, Inc., an on-demand healthcare concierge for employers, health plans, and health systems that he grew from 7 employees to 700. At Accolade, Alan served as Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer where he spearheaded the development of health advocacy programs that significantly improved health outcomes, resulting in substantial cost savings and clinical quality improvement. Alan served as Vice President, Chief Medical Officer National Accounts at Anthem, Inc. and prior to that was a Partner and leader of the Clinician Section of the Health Management Practice at Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson) serving the Fortune 500 employers. He was a founder of AIM, now owned by Anthem.
Alan holds an MD degree from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, an MBA degree from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a BA degree from New York University. Additionally, he completed a joint MIT Harvard Research Fellowship in Nutrition at New England Deaconess Hospital in Boston and a Harvard Clinical Fellowship in Gastroenterology at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, as well as a University of Chicago Affiliated Residency in Internal Medicine.
Alan is a frequent speaker at national healthcare conferences, and he is currently on the Board of Directors for the Institute for Practice and Provider Performance Improvement. He has consulted at many major universities, and Fortune 100 companies as well as for the VA system. Additionally, Alan has been a visiting professor for the Michigan State University Sloan School of Business, the University of Georgia College of Public Health, and the Harvard School of Public Health as well as other universities.