One of Connecticut’s leading health plans, founded in 1981, Farmington-based ConnectiCare, has appointed Dr. Indu Warrier as its chief medical officer. Warrier will work closely with provider partners to ensure the highest-quality care for ConnectiCare members. She will also oversee the plan’s health care management programs focusing on increasing members’ access to care, improving health outcomes and reducing medical costs.
“Dr. Warrier is an accomplished physician leader with a demonstrated track record of collaboration…,” said Eric Galvin, ConnectiCare’s president.
Prior to ConnectiCare, Warrier held leadership positions at Health Care Services Corp. in Texas, most recently serving as executive medical director and she was a practicing physician and faculty member at The Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Warrier received her medical degree from Medical College, Trivandrum, University of Kerala, India. She completed a pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit and is board certified in pediatrics and allergy and immunology.