Adam Lang is the Innovation Manager at the Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation; he brings with him a diverse background in health policy, research, and operational management. Adam most recently worked at Providence Health & Services in the Pacific Northwest, where he led a team of analysts that conducted research and produced reports to improve patient health outcomes. Prior to that, Adam managed research operations for the Oregon Health Study, a large, federally-funded, randomized study of the effects of health-insurance coverage on people’s health and access to care.
Adam has also worked for the Clinton Foundation in Nigeria to rapidly scale-up the testing, diagnosis, and treatment of infants and children living with HIV/AIDS. In addition, he has led analytic and operational projects for several start-ups in the Bay Area and holds a master’s degree in public policy from UC Berkeley, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering from the University of Delaware.
Adam lives in West Philadelphia and enjoys weekend adventures with his wife and daughter.