Thomas Osborne

Director | Executive Director

VA’s National Center for Collaborative Healthcare Innovation (NCCHI) | VA Convergence Center (VC2)

About Thomas Osborne, MD

Thomas Osborne, MD, is the Director of VA’s National Center for Collaborative Healthcare Innovation (NCCHI) and Executive Director of the VA Convergence Center (VC2). His team’s mission is to deliver the best and most advanced healthcare solutions to our Veterans. He is leading collaborations throughout VA, with other government agencies, and industry as they leverage the latest technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, 5G, sensor technology, wearables, robotics, augmented reality, and virtual reality. Dr. Osborne is the inaugural recipient of the VA Under Secretary for Health Robert L. Jesse Award for Excellence in Innovation, the Arthur S. Flemming Award for exceptional public service, as well as multiple other national awards. His work has been published in leading medical journals and textbooks on topics such as health equity, predictive analytics, advanced technology, and the future of health care. Dr. Osborne received his medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School, and then completed his clinical residency and fellowship at Harvard hospitals. He is also Clinical Associate Professor (affiliated) at Stanford Health Care.