The US Oncology Network Promotes Marcus Neubauer, MD, to Chief Medical Officer
Marcus Neubauer, MD
THE US ONCOLOGY Network recently announced the appointment of Marcus Neubauer, MD, as Chief Medical Officer, building on its mission of delivering a comprehensive approach to cancer care. Michael Seiden, MD, PhD, will continue to lead The US Oncology Network as its President.
Dr. Neubauer has been a practicing medical oncologist for over 20 years. For the past 5 years, he has served as Vice President and Medical Director for payer, clinical services, and value-based care, working with more than 1,400 community oncologists across the country. He is a recognized leader in innovation in clinical pathways, value-based care and contracting, and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s Oncology Care Model.
DR. NEUBAUER has served numerous appointments and committees and has been featured in publications for the past 25 years. While serving with The US Oncology Network, he has continued his clinical activities in Seattle as Associate Professor for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
“I am thrilled to be continuing my career with The US Oncology Network in this leadership role,” said Dr. Neubauer. “It’s an exciting opportunity for me to help guide the Network’s approach to cancer treatment amid the many changes in the health-care environment to ensure comprehensive high-quality, value-based care in the community setting.”
Dr. Neubauer has been a lead or contributing author on more than 60 original, peer-reviewed research articles, editorials, and meeting abstracts. In addition to his clinical work and responsibilities as Medical Director for The US Oncology Network, he has served on the Journal of Oncology Practice editorial board for 6 years and is a current editorial board member for The Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology since 2012. ■