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Vinayak Sinha

Senior Consultant

Mr. Sinha is an astute and experienced project manager and analyst of healthcare policy and strategy with a keen interest in population health. While at FHC, Mr. Sinha has used his robust analytical experience in conjunction with his policy background and project management skills to develop strategies that will inform key stakeholders on ways to ensure successful delivery of affordable and sustainable care, policy and stakeholder alignment for cost containment, and collection of data to support evidence-based policy.

He has developed strategic work plans, timelines, and implementation approaches for projects on healthcare affordability, primary care investment and reform, claims data collection and analysis in All Payer Claims Databases and for supplemental reporting of total medical expense, alternative payment models, insurance cost and coverage, prescription drug rebates, and provider relative price. Mr. Sinha continues to develop content and support facilitation of multi-stakeholder groups to improve healthcare in quality and affordability. Sinha’s experience conducting research and analysis on the implications of state health systems and Medicare and Medicaid policies has provided FHC with unique insights into improving healthcare quality, access, and cost.

Before joining FHC, Mr. Sinha served in the Finance department of Partners HealthCare Systems, Inc, where he analyzed payment policies, Medicare Innovation models, and alternative payment methods to inform risk contract and Medicare strategy management. More specifically, Mr. Sinha is proud of his work performing analytic functions to assess the inclusion of socio-economic status on the Medicare Readmissions Reduction Program. Later at Boston Medical Center, he conducted qualitative research to understand how to address the needs of high utilizers of hospital inpatient facilities. Mr. Sinha has prioritized strategic initiatives for value-based cancer care delivery and continues to understand how value-based care and payment models can improve quality, access, and cost while addressing disparities. Similarly, Mr. Sinha worked to collect data and conduct analysis of rural retention of doctors while holding positions in the Planning and Management office at the World Health Organization Country Office for Sri Lanka. While at the WHO, Mr. Sinha used his analysis to develop policy framework to institutionalize a national program to appropriately distribute resources in the country and create assessment tools to strengthen resources.

Mr. Sinha holds a Master of Public Health from Boston University’s School of Public Health, focusing his studies on Health Policy and Management, and a Bachelor of Arts from Clark University.