Design Fellow, Clinical Excellence Research Center, Stanford University
Julie Kuznetsov is a Design Fellow at Stanford University’s Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC). CERC is dedicated to discovering, designing, and demonstrating new methods of health care delivery that can achieve better health outcomes while lowering the 17.5% of GDP currently spent on healthcare in the U.S.
Prior to CERC, Julie spent over a decade at top U.S. medical centers including Stanford University and University of California, San Francisco. She focused on strategy, digital health and IT innovation, and operational improvements to improve healthcare experience and value for patients.
Julie has served on the National Comprehensive Cancer Center Network’s (NCCN) Best Practices Committee and as a Board member of the CyberKnife Coalition (CKC) addressing issues of advocacy and reimbursement parity for emerging cancer treatments. She is an invited speaker, author, and advisor to healthcare start-ups in the digital space, and was recognized by the FDA for outstanding contribution in promoting patient safety with medical devices.
Julie has an MBA from The Wharton School and an MA from The Lauder Institute. She lives in Menlo Park, California with her two children.