Gregory Kruse is the Associate Vice President of Strategic Operations and Intelligence at Penn Medicine, a $7 billion health system consisting of 6 acute care hospitals across Southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. In this role, he leads the health system’s value-based care initiatives, data analytics & business intelligence, and connected health programs. Previously, Greg held leadership positions at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Global Outcomes Research.
Prior to Penn Medicine, Greg was a doctoral student studying health economics and management at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania focused on improving the efficiency of health care delivery systems, value-based delivery care models, diffusion of high-technology medical procedures and devices, and dynamic competition in the pharmaceutical industry. Greg lectures at Wharton on health care topics including hospital and physician payment, health care management, and telemedicine.