Patricia Ingerick is the Director of The Geneia Institute and has been instrumental in the launch and expansion of The Geneia Institute. Her expertise spans a variety of areas including Information Technology, Process Improvement and Design, Project Management, Education and Healthcare Transformation. Patricia holds an MBA degree from Lebanon Valley College, an MSHS degree with a major in Clinical Management and Leadership from George Washington University, and a certification in Lean Six Sigma from Villanova University. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Adult Education degree at Pennsylvania State University.
Prior to leading The Geneia Institute, Patricia served as Geneia’s Director of Clinical Process Improvement leading a multi-disciplinary team of project managers, process, systems and operational analysts. Her team supported clinical systems, process design and operational oversight for utilization, case and disease management as well as health education and wellness services.
Before joining Geneia, Patricia served in a variety of roles in information technology and in the healthcare industry. Patricia also designed curriculum in Healthcare Informatics for Saint Joseph University’s Master of Healthcare Administration program where she currently is a member of the adjunct faculty.