As director of Enterprise Program Development at Tiger Institute, Gregory Brown focuses on strategic, high-profile programs that often involve compliance and regulatory requirements. He simplifies complex initiatives and coaches his clients to help them achieve successful outcomes.
Gregory joined Cerner in 2010 and has served in roles such as PMO Manager and Sr. Project Manager. He started his health care career as a supervisor in medical records and has continued to be involved in health care for many years. Prior to Cerner, Gregory managed a 20+ member team of consultants and educators for a Fortune 15 software vendor as well as holding the role of VP at a national Home Health company.
Gregory has led the Meaningful Use program since its beginning and with his team has brought in over $20 million in revenue. One of Gregory’s current initiatives is the Health Network of Missouri. HNM consists of six non-affiliated hospitals located across the state that are collaborating to achieve positive outcomes in delivery of cost and care.
Gregory graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business and Industrial Communications. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and served as President of the board for a small (300+ member) non-profit. Gregory is on the Cerner Policy Roundtable and makes an annual trip to Washington D.C. to engage in citizen lobbying working for the betterment of health care. Connect with Gregory on Twitter @PMPGregoryB