As the CEO of Archway Health, Mr. Terry is a thought leader and frequent speaker on bundled payments and other payment reform initiatives. Throughout his 20-year-career in healthcare, Mr. Terry has been a senior executive and trusted strategic advisor for providers all along the care continuum. In these roles, he has led care and risk management initiatives with primary care physicians, specialists, acute care hospitals, pediatric health systems, skilled nursing facilities, home care companies, and hospice providers.
At Partners Healthcare in Boston, he helped negotiate global cap and pay-for-performance contracts with managed care plans, and then led primary care “pods” designed to manage the care and risk within those contracts. At Harborside Healthcare, he ran a home care agency that managed Medicare and commercial episodes of care within a single payment. As a partner with The Chartis Group, he developed provider networks and risk sharing models for Medicare ACOs; and prior to founding Archway, he led the effort to build the largest network of providers in the CMS bundled payment program.
Mr. Terry holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Columbia University. He currently serves on the board of Bottom Line, a national educational non-profit, and is a past board member of the Harvard Business School Health Industry Alumni Association.