Lori Hulse, MSW, MBA
Vice President, LVPG Operations
With an extensive background in health care and leadership development, Ms. Hulse has spent many years engaged in the administration of physician practice groups and hospital/service line development. She has also spent a significant amount of her health care career dedicated to the professional development of teams and organizational change. As the Vice President for primary care with LVPG, her responsibilities include primary care practice acquisitions, revenue enhancement and implementing large-scale projects. Areas of expertise include access improvement, quality initiatives, practice acquisitions and integrations, financial management and developing key operational and financial indicators for improving performance, strategic planning, patient-centered care strategies, human capital development and Lean practice design.
Prior to joining LVPG, Ms. Hulse served as the administrative director/chief operating officer at the Crozer Keystone Health Network. She was responsible for leadership of the women's health and surgical service lines. Prior to Crozer Keystone, she served as director of operations for All Children's Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine in St. Petersburg, Fla. She also held leadership positions at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Ms. Hulse currently is an executive board member of the Pennsylvania Medical Group Management Association. She earned her master's degree in social work from Marywood University in Scranton, Pa., as well as her master's degree in business administration from Widener University in Chester, Pa. She dedicates her time mentoring other aspiring leaders in health care.