Harry R. Phillips, III, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Chief Medical Officer, Duke Network Services

Harry Phillips, III, MD, FACC, is Professor of Medicine, Chief Medical Officer of Duke Network Services, and Associate Director
of the Duke Heart Center.

As Chief Medical Officer of Network Services, Dr. Phillips has provided physician leadership in developing and sustaining affiliated clinical programs in multiple specialties. Currently, Duke specialty networks collaborate with 28 affiliate sites across the country in enhancing local access to high-quality cardiovascular, cancer and stroke care. His efforts have been focused on program development, quality oversight, and physician engagement at affiliated hospitals
and practices. He has also been part of the team responsible for developing the Duke Quality Network, and he has contributed to the success of the Duke LifePoint Quality Program in enhancing quality at Duke LifePoint hospitals including a 38% reduction in hospital-acquired conditions over the past two years.

Dr. Phillips has been an investigator in the field of interventional cardiology throughout his career and has authored or coauthored more than 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals. As Associate Director of the Duke Heart Center, Dr. Phillips has had a leadership role in developing the cardiovascular outreach strategy in the region. He maintains an active role in supporting the community-based clinical and academic activities of the Division of Cardiology.

Dr. Phillips is also the Chair of the Credentialing and Network Development Subcommittee of Duke Connected Care, which is the largest accountable care organization in North Carolina.

Dr. Phillips graduated from Duke University School of Medicine and completed internal medicine and cardiology training in the Harvard affiliated program at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular medicine and interventional cardiology. Dr. Phillips is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.