Registration
Full Name

Thomas Raskauskas

Professional Title

Consultant, Population Health and Practice Transformation

Organization Website

stvincentshealthpartners.org

Bio

Thomas Raskauskas, MD, MMM, CHCQM, serves as a member of the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network’s Population-Based Payment Work Group. He is Consultant, Population Health and Practice Transformation and formerly served as President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent’s Health Partners (SVHP), Inc., a clinically integrated network of over 400 providers, 5 skilled nursing facilities, 4 home health agencies, 3 hospice agencies, and a hospital partner. Under his leadership, SVHP became the first organization in the country to receive accreditation by URAC as a Clinical Integrated Network. SVHP is a Medicare Shared Savings Alternative Care Organization participant and has quality-based contracts with private insurers. Dr. Raskauskas is also an appointee of the Steering Committee for the Connecticut State Innovation Model. In 2015, he served as Executive Editor and Co-author of the book Clinical Integration: Population Health and Accountable Care. After leaving private practice, Dr. Raskauskas held several key academic positions at major universities and teaching hospitals. In 2011, he was selected as a member of the steering committee overseeing the Michigan Medicare Multi‐Payer Demonstration Project, a three-year Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services State project covering 1.9 million people. Dr. Raskauskas is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and he is also certified in health care and quality management by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. He earned his master’s degree in medical management (MMM) from Carnegie Mellon in 2011. Dr. Raskauskas graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC, and completed his internship at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital. He completed his residency at Washington Hospital Center and practiced obstetrics and gynecology in Massachusetts for over a decade.