Executive in Residence for Health Care Administration
University at Buffalo School of Management
The business and economics of health care; health care delivery, innovation and reforms; health insurance reimbursement models
Larry Zielinski brings 35 years of industry experience — including terms as president of two health care organizations — to his role steering the school’s robust and growing portfolio of programs and partnerships in health care management. He has also worked extensively with physicians on collaborative strategies to build their practices.
Zielinski is an expert on the entire health care delivery system, including acute, ancillary and post-acute care in both adult and pediatric settings. He also can discuss the rise of value-based reimbursement models, which aim to move the health care system away from fee-for-service medicine and toward care that’s based on prevention and outcomes.