Anamika Chaudhuri


Population Health Management & Finance

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Anamika Chaudhuri, Ph.D, currently oversees Population Health Management analytics and payer strategies at Dana-Farber Cancer institute. She is responsible for strategy development, launching new programs, and management of ongoing system-wide programs, designed to measurably improve the value of cancer care at population level. She has been instrumental in payer contracting negotiations, facilitating risk-based partnerships and developing alternative payment models. She also chairs the Alliance Dedicated Cancer Center Networks from value and business analytics perspective.

Anamika has several years of health care experience ranging across federal agencies to big integrated health systems like Mass General Brigham developing strategies to measure and improve patient care and reduce total medical cost through clinical and claims analytics. She has deep knowledge of US healthcare delivery models, payers, and evolving trends around patient access, value-based care, quality measures and pay for performance.

Anamika earned her PhD in Biostatistics from Boston University, SPH with strong focus on Bayesian modelling and risk-based monitoring/profiling in clinical trials.

Aside from her professional life, Anamika loves biking and engaging in other outdoor activities with her 11-year old son. She is also an avid follower of music and spends lone time painting.