Sree Chaguturu, MD
Vice President for Population Health Management, Partners HealthCare
Sree Chaguturu, MD is Vice President of Population Health Management at Partners HealthCare. Partners is an integrated healthcare delivery system in Boston, Massachusetts, that includes two large academic medical centers — Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital — and several community practices – encompassing more than 6000 physicians in total.
Dr. Chaguturu is part of the leadership team focused on ensuring that Partners meets its aspirations of improving quality and reducing costs for the populations they serve. His responsibilities broadly are related to healthcare delivery innovation and include coordinating Partners’ efforts implementing the Medicare Pioneer Accountable Care Organization as its Chief Medical Officer and assisting with the development of information technology solutions necessary to support population health programs. Prior to joining Partners, Dr. Chaguturu was a healthcare consultant at McKinsey and Company.
Rising to Vice President of the McKinsey Hospital Institute, he developed extensive experience advising chief executive teams and government leaders on provider post-reform strategy, including healthcare delivery innovation, population health management, quality improvement and clinical variability reduction. He is a practicing internal medicine physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and an assistant in medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chaguturu received his internal medicine and primary care training at Massachusetts General Hospital and received his undergraduate and medical degree from Brown University.