Jill Duffy has held strategic clinical leadership positions, most recently as the Director of Operations for the National Oncology Program at the Department of Veterans Affairs, the largest provider of healthcare in the US. Her primary focus over the past several years has been designing and implementing Precision Oncology programs across the nation to deliver cutting-edge technology and personalized oncology treatments to patients. She has experience in building enterprise-wide tele-oncology infrastructures to decrease health disparities and support access to highly specialized care for rural patients across the nation. 

 

Prior to her current role, Jill practiced outpatient and inpatient hematology/oncology in private practice and infectious disease at Duke University Hospital. Jill holds a consulting faculty position at the Duke University School of Medicine where she has taught hematology and oncology courses for the last decade.

 

Jill graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA with a B.S. in Biology and Biotechnology and obtained her Master’s in Health Sciences, Physician Assistant degree at Duke University School of Medicine. She is an MBA candidate at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.