Henry DePhillips

Henry DePhillips

Senior VP & Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Henry DePhillips, Senior VP & Chief Medical Officer of Cedar Gate Technologies, is experienced in the practice of medicine, medical management and health informatics. In addition to practicing family medicine early in his career, his experience includes serving as senior medical director for a major managed care company and several medical technology companies, and serving in a business development capacity for a leading consulting firm.

He is an expert on use of informatics to influence personal, clinical and system wide decision-making. He is passionate about the potential for technology to improve the quality of healthcare and believes that leveraging technology to allow providers to understand and manage the overall quality and cost of care at the system level is a critical tool as the US moves to fee for value payment.

Prior to joining Cedar Gate, Henry was Chief Medical Officer at Teladoc. At Teladoc, Henry was responsible for the overall delivery of high quality clinical care to Teladoc patients and the supervision and expansion of Teladoc’s physician network. Prior to Teladoc, Henry held leadership positions in healthcare consulting, health insurance and healthcare information technology. Former positions include senior medical director at Independence Blue Cross of Pennsylvania and chief medical officer at MEDecision (a clinical care management software company); Medem (a physician hosted website and PHR company); PDR Network (an electronic patient safety communications company); and Audax Health (a consumer engagement technology company). Henry was also the head of business development, North America, for McKinsey’s international Health Systems Institute.

Henry received a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from Trinity College and his M.D. at Hahnemann University School of Medicine. He performed his residency in family and community medicine at the Medical Center of Delaware.

Formerly in private practice for 10 years, Henry remains board certified in family and community Medicine. As a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (FAAFP), he has been recognized for his service in family medicine, leadership in the advancement of care and contributions to continuing professional development and medical education.