Principal, Client Engagement, RTI Center for Health Care Advancement
- Master of Health Care Administration (M.H.A.), Concentrations: Financial Management and Strategic Planning, University of Minnesota, School of Public Health
- Bachelor of Science Business (B.S.B), Corporate Finance, University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
Kaajal Singh, MHA, has more than 15 years of experience in consulting and health care. As a leader of our Center for Health Care Advancement, she focuses on client engagement with private sector health care providers and payers, strategic integration, and bringing together client efforts and strategic partnerships across the industry.
Before joining RTI, Ms. Singh was a consultant working with commercial, federal, and international clients in the health care field. She has led several key initiatives for commercial health systems and pharmaceuticals, including strategic planning for the formation of Accountable Care Organizations (ACO's), mergers and acquisitions, service line diversification and population health strategies. She also led and managed a portfolio of work with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), including clinical technology governance and implementation, strategic planning at the national level, human capital improvement and many other areas.
Ms. Singh’s prior experience includes client leadership at Booz Allen Hamilton, The Advisory Board Company, United Health Group and the General Electric Company (GE). At Booz Allen Hamilton, she was a member of both the commercial and federal health teams, leading strategy- and operations-related engagements, and a leader in the Business Development organization. At The Advisory Board Company, she led implementation of best practice research in multiple hospitals and health systems, including, operations and throughput, operating room redesign, ambulatory center strategies, and revenue cycle improvement. At United Health Group, she was responsible for international business development strategies and supported the integration of a managed Medicaid plan in to the corporate portfolio. At GE, she was a member of GE’s Financial Management Program (FMP).