Rajiv Poduval, MD, FASN, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Panoramic Health, is a visionary physician-executive and entrepreneur. Dr. Poduval is dedicated to transforming care delivery by expanding patient access and creating value for physicians outside of direct patient care. He has a proven track record of creating synergistic healthcare opportunities for patients, providers, and payers, improving patient outcomes and leading data-driven provider collaboration.
Dr. Poduval built Panoramic Health on the vision that physician-led value-based care, paired with robust data analytics and creative population health initiatives, can transform kidney care while keeping physicians relevant, independent, and at the center of patient-care delivery. In 2020, he led the organization into a strategic partnership with Audax, a trusted private equity investor with more than $6 billion in successful investments in 135 platform countries. Under Dr. Poduval’s leadership, Panoramic Health has become the largest nephrology provider platform and the largest non-dialysis participant in Medicare’s CKCC Kidney Care Choices Model.
Dr. Poduval’s deep clinical expertise has contributed to his success as a healthcare leader, driving growth and innovation in several healthcare sectors. Prior to Panoramic Health, he served as the President of Southwest Kidney Institute (SKI), one of the country’s premiere nephrology groups, for 8 years. Under his leadership, SKI expanded its physician base, achieved greater market density, strengthened statewide business partnerships, and diversified its organizations including Southwest Vascular Centers, Southwest Clinical Research Institute, SKI Properties and SKI-DaVita Dialysis Centers. He played an integral role in developing SKI’s Transplant Division into one of the largest in Arizona.
A lifelong learner, Dr. Poduval is passionate about creating pathways for collaboration between universities, private practices, and the communities they serve. He’s helped Panoramic Health and its member practices forge strong relationships with university-based academic programs in several states across the country. Dr. Poduval holds faculty appointments at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and the Creighton University School of Medicine, where he has been recognized for his teaching excellence. Dr. Poduval is an RPA Board Member and has served as a member of RPA’s NCAP Steering Committee for six years. He was also a member of the American Society of Nephrology’s Media and Communications Committee for two years.
Dr. Poduval completed his Nephrology and Transplant Nephrology Fellowships at the University of Chicago, practicing both specialties in the Phoenix Metro for 20 years. He served on the Governing Board of the Phoenix-Tucson ESCO, one of three DaVita ESCOs in the United States, for six years. Dr. Poduval also served as the Medical Director of the Dignity Saint Joseph Kidney Transplant Program, playing an instrumental role launching the program in 2014. He has been recognized as a “Top Doc” by Phoenix Magazine and is a two-time recipient of the Medical Director Excellence Award for DaVita’s Westside Division.
Dr. Singh completed his internal residency at Geisinger Medical Center and fellowship in nephrology at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York. He has been part of Neighborhood Physician Alliance (NPA) Board, Banner Health Network finance committee, HIMSS Ambulatory Physician Committee (Co-chair), and Phoenix Tucson Integrated Kidney Care LLC (CMMI’s ESCO) board. He has also served on physician advisory boards for DaVita Falcon and Athenahealth, and Executive Board of Southwest Kidney Institute.
Guy Seay is Chief Financial Officer at Panoramic Health, bringing decades of kidney care expertise to the organization. He is passionate about aligning physicians to improve the patient care experience.
Guy previously held several financial leadership positions at DaVita, serving as their CFO of DaVita Kidney Care, GVP Finance of DaVita International, and CFO of the HealthCare Partners primary care practice in California with $2.8 billion in value-based care under management. Guy earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics cum laude from Duke and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Since 2015, he has served as Board Member and Treasurer of Bridge of Life, an international non-profit focused on chronic disease healthcare programs and training.
Her career reflects more than two decades of shaping human capital strategies and building and scaling healthcare companies. She’s held significant senior leadership roles at both Aetna and Coventry Healthcare and worked closely with several large healthcare clients during stints at both Aon Consulting and Buck Consultants. She is a member of the Women Business Leaders in Healthcare (WBL) foundation and nominee and participant in Break Into the Boardroom, a program created by Oxeon and Deerfield Management to increase the number of women on public and private boards.
Chris has led global teams with responsibilities across provider operations, claims, member engagement, member services, delegation oversight, STARS, risk-adjustment, billing and enrollment, provider data management, Medicare operations, payor operations, payment integrity and operational improvement. Chris earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and his Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Washington and holds a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma.