Rahul Dhingra

Rahul is a certified SAFe 5.0. agilist and Senior Engagement Manager with experience in managing multiple Insurance engagements and transformation programs in North Americas, leading mid-size to large delivery engagements, and providing quality delivery in Capgemini’s Rightshore® model. My expertise, not limited to below:

    • Global IT Delivery
    • Consulting and Business Transformation – Insurance (Health, P&C, Group Benefits)
    • Business Solution Architecture

He has worked in pre-sales/solution owner roles for couple of years, leading the Capgemini Healthcare Domain Focus Group (DFG) with vision and mission to build innovative solutions leveraging latest technology that can be taken to the market and customers. And successfully partnered with Capgemini teams in building the below go-to-market solutions:

  • Claims Fraud Prevention framework using various scientific statistical modelling
  • Mobile app for Medical and Vision Insurers with analytics, self-service capabilities built into it
  • Appeals and Grievance solution built on Pega Platform
  • Healthcare benchmarking and capability assessment

Rahul is a sports lover and loves playing and watching sports. He is a ‘Gunners’ (Arsenal F.C., England) fan at heart and follows them and the sport of soccer very closely. He is also an active in contributing in many different ways to the society. He volunteers for food banks, blood donation camps and also has been an elected Board of Members for his Home Owners Association for a term of two years.

Rahul Dhingra

My experience

Senior Engagement and Delivery Manager, Large Scale Transformations @ Capgemini

Aug 2017 - Present

Consultant @ Information Technology and Services

Aug 2009 - Sept 2013

System Analyst @ Information Technology and Services

Jun 2006 - Aug 2009

Latest Publications

Consumer Analytics

Consumers are driving healthcare payers to re-prioritize digital transformation

Rahul Dhingra

Cost savings alone cannot be the driver for digital transformation, payers need to rethink...

Internet of Things

Injury analytics: what P&C insurers can learn from the healthcare industry

Rahul Dhingra

There are key areas like medical data analysis and provider data analysis from where insurers...