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Doug Campos-Outcalt, MD, MPA
Appointed to the CPSTF: 2016
Doug Campos-Outcalt, MD, MPA is a senior lecturer with the University Of Arizona College of Public Health and a clinical professor in the College of Medicine.
From 2014–2018, Dr. Campos-Outcalt was a medical director for Mercy Care Plan, a Medicaid health plan in Arizona that serves 300,000 members. Prior to that, he was chair of the Department of Family, Community and Preventive Medicine at the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine, Phoenix and director of the MD/MPH dual degree program. He has been a medical and public health educator for more than 30 years.
Dr. Campos-Outcalt was a scientific analyst for the American Academy of Family Physicians for 8 years (2006–2014). While there, he served as the AAFP liaison to the United States Preventive Services Task Force, as a member of the Evaluation of Genomics Applied in Practice and Prevention (EGAPP) Working Group (2008–2015), and as a member of CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (2006–2011 as a liaison; 2011-2015 as a voting member).
In addition to serving as a member of the Community Preventive Services Task Force, Dr. Campos-Outcalt is on the Advisory Board of the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship Program at the National Academy of Medicine and the Advisory Board of the Robert Graham Health Policy Center.
Dr. Campos-Outcalt has been the medical director of the Maricopa County Department of Public Health and deputy director of the Arizona Department of Health Services. He has served on the National Advisory Councils of the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, the National Health Service Corps, and the Medicare Evidence Development & Coverage Advisory Committee.
In 2001–2002 he was a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow in the office of the U.S. Senate Public Health Subcommittee. Dr. Campos-Outcalt has been a family physician in the town of Guadalupe Arizona and in South Phoenix and has served on numerous clinical practice guideline panels. He maintains an interest in evidence-based medicine and public health, clinical preventive medicine, and community interventions to improve health and reduce health care disparities.