Dr. Kulleni Gebreyes has over 20 years of health care industry experience across both the private and public sectors. With consumer-focused models that are data-driven and financially sustainable, she has transformed care delivery for numerous health care organizations. Kulleni has also developed strategies for population health management and value-based care that addresses payment reform, physician alignment, and patient independence. In partnership with providers, patients, and employers, she has successfully developed and implemented clinical analytic tools and applications that reduce operating costs and promote appropriate utilization of resources.
Kulleni was trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital System. She is board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, and is a Six Sigma Green Belt. She holds an MD from Harvard Medical School, a BS in biology from Princeton University, and an MBA from Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins. She has served as a faculty member in medical education and residency training at Georgetown University Medical Center and George Washington University Hospital. Kulleni has also been an active advocate for vulnerable communities through her work with the State of Maryland and District of Columbia. She is a recognized speaker at regional and national conferences