Kulleni Gebreyes

  • SWIP (Safe Womanhood Initiative Program)

  • 1997 Global Fellow

  • SWIP (Safe Womanhood Initiative Program)

  • 1997 Global Fellow

Personal Bio

Kulleni Gebreyes MD, FACEP is a 1998 Echoing Green Fellow who completed work in Ethiopia training traditional birth attendants, developing prehospital care and provided medical equipment to clinics in rural areas.

Kulleni is now a US Consulting Health Care Sector Leader and director of the Health Equity Institute at Deloitte. She holds an MD from Harvard Medical School and an MBA from Johns Hopkins. Dr. Gebreyes has developed and implemented strategies for population health management and value-based care, physician alignment and patient activation, diversity, equity and inclusion, and the drivers of health. She is an active advocate for vulnerable and underserved communities. She is also a physician leader with more than 20 years of experience in the health care industry across the commercial and public sector. She drives care delivery transformation for health care organizations pursuing financially sustainable strategies for consumer centric care models that are data driven and digitally enabled. She has also developed strategies for population health management and value-based care that address payment reform, physician alignment and patient activation. In partnership with providers, payers, and employers, Kulleni has successfully developed and implemented clinical analytics tools and applications that reduce operating costs and promote appropriate utilization of resources.

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