David Gregory

David A. Gregory

David has a diverse healthcare background, ranging from hospital operations management to managed care underwriting/pricing to VBC models and partnerships.

Currently, he is responsible for directing projects for all healthcare client types, including hospitals, health plans, and life sciences and technology companies. His specialties include financial analysis and reimbursement modeling, strategic planning and marketing, new technology value analysis and market access assessments, and value-based care (VBC) models and partnerships.

David was previously employed by a national HMO and was responsible for network development for all of the HMO’s managed care products in the greater New York City area. He also served as the HMO’s regulatory liaison for New York and Connecticut, was a senior underwriting consultant for five of the HMO’s largest managed care accounts and was the coordinator of the HMO’s managed care feasibility study unit. His previous experience includes five years of institutional operations management at New York University Medical Center, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center-Westchester Division, and the Westchester County Medical Center. His responsibilities there included fiscal analysis and operations management.

  • Directs financial operations engagements for hospitals and health plans which have resulted in positive economic impacts for clients
  • Assists providers, payers and life sciences clients in improving access to new medical interventions that improve quality and are cost-effective
  • Directs research focused projects that have resulted in peer-reviewed publications and posters in high impact journal outlets such as the American Journal of Managed Care
  • Advanced Medical Technology Association
  • America’s Health Insurance Plans
  • American College of Healthcare Executives (fellow)
  • Healthcare Financial Management Association
  • Regularly presents strategic and operational material at numerous association seminars, including several national AdvaMed and Healthcare Financial Management Association meetings, the National Association of Managed Care Physicians Spring and Fall Forums, America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Business Forum, the National ACO Congress, the Association of Surgical Technologists national meeting, and the American College of Cardiology national conferences
  • Special Olympics New Jersey, executive committee
  • Special Olympics Bergen County, local training program coordinator and head coach
  • DECA State Conference, volunteer judge
  • Camp Acorn, fundraising committee

Peer-reviewed publications:

  • American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC)
  • Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research (JCER)
  • Surgical Endoscopy (SE)
  • Managed Care
  • American Health & Drug Benefits (AHDB)
  • Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions (CCI)
  • Innovations: Technology and Techniques in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery
  • Journal of Managed Care Medicine (JMCM)
  • Journal of Knee Surgery (JKS)
  • Journal of Arthroplasty (JOA)
  • Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research (ERPOR)
  • Journal of the American College of Cardiology (“Population Management Considerations for Payers and Accountable Care Organizations”)
  • Personalized Medicine
  • Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovation, Quality and Outcomes

National presentations:

  • ACC National meeting
  • AAOS National meeting
  • AUA National meeting
  • Q1 National Reimbursement Conference
  • MedTech national meeting
  • AdvaMed national meeting
  • NAMCP national meeting (keynote)
  • HFMA national meeting and various state chapters (keynote)
  • ACHE national meeting
  • AICPA – various state chapters

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