Sri Adusumalli, MD, MSHP, MBMI


Course Director: HQS 6060: Applied Clinical Informatics in QI

Senior Medical Director, Enterprise Virtual Care, CVS Health

Description of Expertise

Srinath Adusumalli, MD, MSHP is a cardiologist and currently is the Senior Medical Director of Enterprise Virtual Care for CVS Health, where he drives clinical initiatives to support the company’s virtual strategy. Prior to joining CVS Health, Dr. Adusumalli was an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine and served in multiple leadership roles at Penn Medicine, including as Assistant Chief Medical Information Officer for Connected Health and as the Deputy Director of the Penn Medicine Nudge Unit. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, and clinical informatics.

Dr. Adusumalli received his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia where he graduated AOA in 2011. He completed his internal medicine training at the Massachusetts General Hospital in 2014 where he led the program’s quality and safety efforts. He then completed his cardiovascular disease fellowship training at the University of Pennsylvania in 2018 during which time he served as chief fellow. Simultaneously, he earned a Master of Science degree in Health Policy Research from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus in health care improvement, patient safety, and clinical informatics. In 2021, he earned a Master of Biomedical Informatics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Selected Publications

Upshaw Jenica N, Finkelman Brian, Hubbard Rebecca A, Smith Amanda M, Narayan Hari K, Arndt Linzi, Domchek Susan, DeMichele Angela, Fox Kevin, Shah Payal, Clark Amy, Bradbury Angela, Matro Jennifer, Adusumalli Srinath, Carver Joseph R, Ky BonnieComprehensive Assessment of Changes in Left Ventricular Diastolic Function With Contemporary Breast Cancer Therapy. JACC. Cardiovascular imaging Sep 2019.

Nathan Ashwin S, Geng Zhi, Dayoub Elias J, Khatana Sameed Ahmed M, Eberly Lauren A, Kobayashi Taisei, Pugliese Steven C, Adusumalli Srinath, Giri Jay, Groeneveld Peter WRacial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Inequities in the Prescription of Direct Oral Anticoagulants in Patients With Venous Thromboembolism in the United States. Circulation. Cardiovascular quality and outcomes 12(4): e005600, Apr 2019.

Adusumalli Srinath, Giri JayParadigm Shifts in the Treatment of Stable Ischemic Heart Disease. Circulation. Cardiovascular quality and outcomes 12(2): e005388, Feb 2019.

Adusumalli Srinath, Geller Bram J, Yang Lin, Giri Jay, Groeneveld Peter WTrends in catheter-directed thrombolysis and systemic thrombolysis for the treatment of pulmonary embolism. American heart journal 207: 83-85, 01 2019.

Adusumalli S, Gitelman EReimagining Consultant Communication: The Agent Bot Project. Presentation as part of the American Medical Informatics Association 2018 Clinical Informatics Conference. Scottsdale, AZ May 2018 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Chokshi Neel P, Adusumalli Srinath, Small Dylan S, Morris Alexander, Feingold Jordyn, Ha Yoonhee P, Lynch Marta D, Rareshide Charles A L, Hilbert Victoria, Patel Mitesh SLoss-Framed Financial Incentives and Personalized Goal-Setting to Increase Physical Activity Among Ischemic Heart Disease Patients Using Wearable Devices: The ACTIVE REWARD Randomized Trial. Journal of the American Heart Association 7(12), 06 2018.

Adusumalli Srinath, Mazurek Jeremy APulmonary Hypertension Due to Left Ventricular Cardiomyopathy: Is it the Result or Cause of Disease Progression? Current heart failure reports 14(6): 507-513, Dec 2017.

Chokshi NP, Adusumalli S, Small DS, Morris A, Feingold J, Ha YPLoss Framed Financial Incentives and Personalized Goal Setting Increase Physical Activity in Ischemic Heart Disease Patients Using Wearable Devices: ACTIVE REWARD Randomized Clinical Trial. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. Anaheim, CA. November 2017 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Adusumalli S, Jolly EG, Chokshi NP, Washington LA, Suchoicki L, Walsh MM, Slater T, Myers JS, Kolansky DM, Patel MSA Change in Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral Defaults from Opt-In to Opt-Out Increases Referral Rates Among Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease. Presentation as part of the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. Anaheim, CA. Nov 2017 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Kalra A, Adusumalli S, Sinha SSLearning to Lead: Cultivating Skills for Success in Learning Health Systems. J Am Coll Cardiol 70(19): 2450-2454, Nov 2017.