Rani Khetarpal, MBAVice President, Provider Partnerships
New Century Health
Rani Khetarpal is Vice President of Provider Partnerships at New Century Health, a leader in value-based oncology pathways and risk relationships with payers and providers. Rani has an MBA degree from St. Joseph’s University. With a rich background in oncology, value-based care initiatives and navigation/care coordination and pharmaceuticals, her work also has her heavily involved in advocacy and policy development with various oncology stakeholders, as well as public and private payers. Rani is also the founder of Global Transitional Care (GTC), the first Medicare-approved provider organization centered on clinical transitional care.
After a successful launch and growth, and overseeing the acquisition of GTC in 2017, Rani continues to serve on the board of GTC to lend her expertise in the field of transitional care and post-acute care management. Rani has served on several non-profit boards, and currently serves on the Pacific Regional Board of the American Cancer Society. She has been involved with the Academy of Oncology Nurse Navigators (AONN+) for over 4 years, and is a member of AONN+’s Patient Acuity and Navigation Metrics Subcommittee - work that demonstrates Rani’s deep-rooted passion for innovation in cancer care, specifically around initiatives that ultimately result in positive outcomes for patients, providers, and organizations.