As CEO of Highlands of Oncology in NW Arkansas, Jeff Hunnicutt has demonstrated a unique skill set and a passion for his work. Specializing in comparative analytics in oncology, Jeff has helped drive the success of his practice by providing an in-depth look into the underlying data that now gives direction to operational decisions. Jeff has been recognized for his efforts by participating on the ACCC Board of Trustees, CMMI OCM Redesign team with the Community Oncology Alliance (COA), the Value Based Care Reform group with Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), and in his previous role as Executive Director of the Quality Cancer Care Alliance (QCCA). Jeff enjoys his work, and plans to continue operating in the oncology arena for the foreseeable future.
In his personal life, Jeff is married with 4 children, living in Bentonville, AR. He and his family are deeply involved in projects to bring quality education to the remote areas of Senegal, Africa, and to raising awareness for the foster system in their state.
How has cancer overall, and specifically breast cancer, impacted you or your loved ones?
Like so many people, I have relatives and friends who have battled breast cancer. Supporting them along with a career dedicated to helping patients fight all cancer is a role that I am honored to serve in this community.
What are you most excited about being involved in the RMWP campaign?
I think that RMWP is a fun way to involve men in raising awareness and funds toward breast cancer. I’m excited to work with men in our community, partnering with the ACS for this worthy cause.
How can the RMWP Committee best support you as a RMWP Ambassador?
The committee can do a lot to provide the tools and resources necessary to be an affective ambassador. Having a portal, fundraising assistance and guidance in huge.