A. Roy

Auroop Roy

Vice President

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Auroop Roy is a Vice President at COPE Health Solutions and has extensive experience partnering with medical groups, health systems and payors on developing and implementing strategies that leverage value-based payment and population health management best practices. Mr. Roy has subject matter expertise in strategic business planning, process improvement, data analytics and project management offices (PMO) design and stand up, specifically focused around physician associations and MSOs.

Mr. Roy currently is responsible for managing and organizing engagement accounts across the north-eastern United States, including working with one of the largest health systems in the northeast, a large medical group and a highly respected payor to establish a new jointly held health plan with a global risk and full delegation model in a state without such a resource. Among his many projects, Mr. Roy has supported the launch design of both large and small PMOs responsible for the management or multiple portfolios and projects. Additionally, he has been leading the state-wide network development and optimization for a northeast health plan, and in Texas led the corporate restructuring and strategic planning efforts for a county health district, health plan and large community clinic system. Other projects include strategic planning for large health systems and implementation of 1115 Medicaid waivers in Texas and New York for complex performing provider systems.

His process improvement projects have included redesigning a large county health system’s enrollment and eligibility system and processes for their indigent care plan. Additionally, he worked to significantly streamline a laboratory for a hospital system, level 1 trauma center and its 40 community clinics. Results of his process improvement initiatives have been recognized in local newspapers.

Mr. Roy also has international and medical tourism experience, having developed an organizational strategy for scaling operations of an orthopaedic medical tourism clinic in Baja California, Mexico and an international provider network across Latin America. For this engagement, he developed an operating model for expansion of services into a new surgical hospital, provided strategic advisory support on current market and reimbursement trends and developed strategies to position the clinic for success within the broader global healthcare market.

Finally, Mr. Roy also independently manages a portfolio of small businesses across the country by designing organizational growth and maturation strategies, including implementing strategic management systems, identifying marketing strategies, directing employee engagement initiatives and supporting M&A activities.

Mr. Roy received his Master’s in Health Systems Management Engineering from the University of Southern California and his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.