Amir Rubin, executive vice president and CEO of UnitedHealth’s Optum division, is leaving to take on the CEO role at One Medical, according to a CNBC report.
One Medical is a concierge primary care group with 60 locations across the country. It also offers a virtual medical team and mobile applications. Members pay an annual fee and can get access to same-day appointments, scheduled electronically.
Companies can also offer One Medical’s services as a benefit. The group has gained more than $180 million in investor funding since its inception a decade ago, according to the report.
Mr. Rubin led Optum since January 2016, prior to which he served as president and CEO of Palo Alto, Calif.-based Stanford Health Care. His previous leadership roles include serving as COO for the UCLA Health System in Los Angeles and COO at Stony Brook University Hospital in New York City.
Mr. Rubin succeeds One Medical founder Tom X. Lee, who will stay on as executive chairman of the group.