Dr. Rhonda Randall is the executive vice president and chief medical officer of UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual and board member of the United Health Foundation. In her current role, Dr. Randall collaborates with U.S. employers who are looking for quality, cost-effective, long-term solutions to health benefits for their employees and retirees. She also leads the clinical strategy development for these businesses to improve quality outcomes, ensure affordability and improve health and well-being. Additionally, Dr. Randall supports the clinical strategy for UnitedHealth Group through her work in the corporate office of Medical Affairs and as a senior medical advisor to the United Health Foundation. Since 2003, Dr. Randall has held clinical leadership roles in many of the enterprises' businesses and was instrumental in developing UnitedHealthcare's first Part D plans. Her leadership from 2010 to 2013 enabled UnitedHealthcare's Retiree Solution business to deliver unmatched clinical quality and achieve impressive star ratings. Dr. Randall is a fellowship-trained geriatrician and is board certified in family practice. Her background includes years of practice in hospice and palliative medicine. She has published numerous papers and is a two-time recipient of UnitedHealthcare's innovation award. Dr. Randall currently serves as president of the Florida Medical Directors Association, a member of the house of delegates, as well as the nominating committee for the American Medical Directors Association.