Dr. Shari Rajoo
Chief Medical Officer, Population Health
Shari Rajoo, MD, is Ballad Health’s Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Population Health Service, which includes Behavioral Health, Population Health and the AnewCare Collaborative.
Dr. Rajoo is a primary care physician who has worked with Ballad Health for 10 years, most recently serving as Assistant Vice President and Medical Director of Population Health for Ballad Health Medical Associates. She has served as Medical Director of Quality Improvement for Ballad Health’s Medical Group, focusing on quality improvement and helping optimize performance on value-based contracts. Prior to that, she served as Medical Director for the health system’s Patient Centered Medical Home initiative.
She is also Medical Director for the AnewCare Collaborative, Ballad Health’s accountable care organization; Medical Director for the Diabetes Team Member Program at Ballad Health and chair of the Integrated Health Solutions Network Credentialing Committee.
She works closely with the departments of Population Health and Community Health to provide clinical support for performance on COPA/CA metrics and underlying initiatives. In addition, she serves on the following Ballad Health committees: Population Health Clinical Steering Committee; Patient, Family and Provider Experience Subcommittee; Ballad Health Medical Associates Controlled Substance Advisory Committee; Clinical Council; and High Value/ Evidence-Based Medicine Subcommittee.
Dr. Rajoo earned her Bachelor of Science in microbiology and Master of Science in molecular biology at the University of Southern Mississippi. She earned her medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies, and completed her residency training in family medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center in Syracuse, NY. She is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and holds memberships with the American Association for Physician Leadership and the American College of Healthcare Executives.