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Medical Leadership

Our leaders have decades of experience and a collective goal of helping members get the best quality health care possible.

Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Health Strategy

Tamaan Osbourne-Roberts, MD, is the chief medical officer and vice president of health strategy at Colorado Access.

Dr. Osbourne-Roberts’s background includes experience serving Colorado Medicaid members. He held leadership roles as the chief medical officer at both the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) and the Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC). He also served patients at safety net clinics such as Salud Family Health and Clinica Family Health.

Starting in medical school, with co-authorship of policy leading the American Medical Association to support the Affordable Care Act, he has gone on to collaborate on national policy about excessive use of force in policing, limiting the use of sedative restraint in law enforcement situations, and standardization of health data infrastructure. He has served in multiple local and national policy roles, including as president of the Colorado Medical Society, where he was the first person of color to serve in that role in the organization’s 143-year history.

Dr. Osbourne-Roberts completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and biology at Williams College, and his Doctor of Medicine degree and family medicine residency at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. His philanthropic work has included serving as a board member of the American Medical Association Foundation, as well as tenure as a charter board member of the Malawi Breastfeeding Initiative.

Most recently, he returned to school as a Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellow in Health Equity Leadership at Yale University, where he is pursuing his Master of Business Administration degree. He hopes this will help him bridge the worlds of public health and business and better serve the most vulnerable.

Scott Humphreys, MD, Senior Medical Director

Scott Humphreys, MD, is the senior medical director providing clinical oversight to the behavioral health programs in Denver and Northeast Colorado and oversees the utilization department at Colorado Access.

Dr. Humphreys received his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma. He completed his residency in general psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he was the chief resident. He came to Denver for his fellowship in forensic psychiatry through the University of Colorado Denver. He is also certified in addiction medicine.

For nearly 10 years, Dr. Humphreys was an inpatient and consult-liaison psychiatrist for the HealthONE hospital system. In addition to his work at Colorado Access, Dr. Humphreys is an associate medical director at the Colorado Physician Health Program. He continues to be affiliated with the forensic psychiatry training program and maintains a small private practice.

Dr. William Wright currently serves as the program medical director for Colorado Access. Before joining Colorado Access, Dr. Wright served as executive medical director of the Colorado Permanente Medical Group. Dr. Wright currently serves on the board of CIVHC, the Colorado Physician Health Program, the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine and the PAC for the Colorado Medical Society. He was a trustee for the Colorado Trust. Current memberships include the American Academy of Family Practice, the Colorado Academy of Family Practice and the Colorado Medical Society.

After medical school, Dr. Wright completed a family medicine residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Denver. Dr. Wright also earned a master’s degree in public health from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, where his thesis project focused on factors that affect health care utilization. Dr. Wright has previously worked in assessing and developing community network relationships, spending six years as the chief of primary care for Kaiser Permanente, having responsibility for meeting the goals of the quadruple aim.

Jay H. Shore, MD, MPH, is the chief medical officer for AccessCare Services and provides oversight and strategic leadership for that company, focusing on telemental health and other technologies for Colorado Access members. He has been with AccessCare and Colorado Access since 2014.

Throughout his career, Dr. Shore has focused the use of technology in mental health, which include ongoing development, implementation, and assessment of programs in native, rural, and military settings aimed at improving both quality and access to care. He has consulted for tribal, state and federal agencies and served on planning and/or grant review committees for several federal agencies including the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, the Indian Health Service and the National Institutes of Health. In addition to his work with Colorado Access, he is a professor in the department of psychiatry and family medicine and Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health, director of telemedicine at the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center and director of telemedicine programming in the department of psychiatry at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr. Shore is a fellow in the American Telemedicine Association, served on its board of directors, and is an active member in its TeleMental Health Special Interest Group for which he served as chair. He is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and serves as the current chair of the APA Telepschiatry Committee.

Dr. Shore earned is medical and public health degrees from Tulane University School of Medicine and Public Health and completed residency at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

Leah Honigman Warner, MD, MPH, is a program medical director at Colorado Access. Dr. Warner received her medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, Colorado. She trained at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA. Following clinical training, she obtained a Master of Public Health with a focus in clinical effectiveness and health policy at Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Warner has worked at a number of academic and community Emergency Departments in Massachusetts, Washington DC and outside of New York City. Prior to moving to Colorado, she was an Assistant Professor at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Medical Director for Emergency Medicine Integration at Norwell Health Solutions. Dr. Warner is board-certified in Emergency Medicine and works clinically at the San Luis Valley Regional Medical Center in Alamosa Colorado.

Through her work, Dr. Warner is committed to advancing innovative strategies to improve the delivery of health care. As the health care system shifts towards more value-based care, she is dedicated to redefining the role that population health strategies can play in containing costs while providing high quality health care. Dr. Warner has previously published on health care quality, operations and cost effectiveness.