Eric Weil, MD Chief Medical Officer, MDLIVE
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Eric Weil
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Eric Weil, MD FACP, is a national leader in population health and primary care who has held clinical leadership roles across large health systems, community hospitals, academic medical centers, and health care technology. Dr. Weil currently serves as Chief Medical Officer of MDLIVE by Evernorth and Chairman of the MDLIVE Medical Group Executive Committee.

In his role, Dr. Weil is the clinical leader for Evernorth Care Delivery's effort to re-envision primary care to be more simple, personalized, and accessible through digital, virtual-led hybrid care solutions. He is also responsible for ensuring MDLIVE continues to deliver the highest level of clinical quality and patient safety and satisfaction for more than 62 million people who have MDLIVE virtual care services available as a covered benefit through their health plan.

Dr. Weil has more than two decades of experience managing large care delivery systems and provider networks. He led groundbreaking initiatives that informed foundational population health strategies for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. He has also held several leadership roles in prominent health care organizations, including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical, Partners Healthcare (now Mass General Brigham), and the Massachusetts General Hospital.

Throughout his career, Dr. Weil has had the opportunity to pursue his passion for harnessing the power of technology to improve access to health care for everyone and make it easier for patients to engage with their providers. He previously served as Chief Medical Officer for Care Medical, the clinical partner to Amazon Care, and Chief Clinical Officer for Cityblock Health, an early-stage care delivery business focused on underserved and disabled populations.

Dr. Weil has also published several studies on population health, ACO models, and hybrid care. He earned his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and completed his residency at Harvard Medical School. He is board-certified in internal medicine.