ProgenyHealth Names Jeremy Kreyling as Vice President of Healthcare Economics

Plymouth Meeting, PA, November 20, 2018 – ProgenyHealth, the leader in evidence-based utilization and case management solutions for premature and medically complex newborns, announces the appointment of Jeremy Kreyling to the newly created position of Vice President of Healthcare Economics. ProgenyHealth works with families, providers, and health plans across the country to improve outcomes for at-risk infants and reduce system costs.

Mr. Kreyling has over eighteen years of experience developing data analytics and business intelligence solutions with a focus on the healthcare vertical.  Most recently, he served as Director of Analytics, Value Based Payments, for Change Healthcare (formerly McKesson). His work experience also includes positions with Christiana Care Health Systems and Bayada Home Health Care as well as consulting engagements with Medicision and Express Scripts, Inc.

According to Ellie Stang, MD, ProgenyHealth’s Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer, the creation of this position and the appointment of Mr. Kreyling reflect the company’s growth and commitment to solving the many challenges inherent to caring for neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) populations. She states that, “Our sole mission is to ensure these infants receive the most appropriate standard of care from birth to their first birthday. In doing so, we also can reduce total cost of care. For over a decade, we’ve done that consistently via an expert clinical team and proprietary data platform that continues to grow and gain knowledge. And what we’ve learned for sure is that many complex, interrelated variables impact NICU case outcomes. With Mr. Kreyling’s expertise on our team, we are better positioned to discover deeper insights in our data and launch new solutions that will empower our customers and the families they serve.”

About ProgenyHealth

ProgenyHealth is the only national company dedicated exclusively to NICU Utilization Management (UM) and Case Management (CM). Our team takes a holistic approach to working with plans, providers, and families throughout the NICU baby’s First Year of Life.  ProgenyHealth’s neonatologists, NICU nurses, pediatric nurses, and social workers work collaboratively with providers to ensure health care services follow evidence-based best practices and are medically necessary.  Families become active participants in the health care decision making process by working closely with the ProgenyHealth clinical team. 

ProgenyHealth has successfully managed thousands of NICU infants and delivered positive results to all of our health plan partners.  Working with over 1,300 hospitals and 6,000 providers nationwide, we are measurably improving health outcomes for premature and medically complex newborns.  For more information on our programs and services, please visit

Chris Rosa, Director of Marketing

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