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Amita Rastogi, MD, MHA, MS, FACHE

Vice President and Medical Director Commercial Lines, Signify Health

Amita Rastogi, MD, MHA, MS, FACHE is VP and Medical Director Commercial Lines, Signify Health. In this capacity she serves as subject matter expert in implementing value-based programs across the healthcare spectrum.  She accomplishes this through 1) innovative payment programs centered around episodes of care that have built in incentives for providers to remove the waste within their practices, 2) Developing meaningful provider performance reports to bring in transparency and actionability to help providers identify areas to target, 3) Developing real-time decision support tools and care redesign clinical levers to help providers identify areas of opportunity at the point of care.

Underlying all these efforts is a strong focus on provider quality and patient safety that forms the foundation of many of these efforts. Dr. Rastogi is adept in the use of statistical models and risk-adjustment methodologies and has extensive experience in the use of episodes-of-care for cost and unwarranted variation analysis, and using evidence-based-medicine guidelines for quality evaluations.

Prior to joining Signify Health, Dr. Rastogi was chief medical officer at HCI 3 where she was actively engaged in redesigning the New York State Medicaid DSRIP program and incorporating cutting-edge thought leadership for healthcare payment and delivery reform. Before that, Dr. Rastogi served as senior director of the Physician Performance and Quality Programs at Ingenix (now Optum).

Dr. Rastogi is a Mayo-trained cardiac surgeon, certified in heart and lung transplantation, and has over 30 years of experience in the clinical arena as well as in health services research. She received her Master’s degree in Health Administration from the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Kentucky and her Masters in Health Studies (Biostatistics & Epidemiology) from the University of Chicago.