Danville, Penn.-based health system Geisinger has tapped Kurt Wrobel as president of Geisinger Health Plan and executive vice president of insurance operations.
Wrobel, who joined the health plan as chief financial officer and chief actuary in 2014, has served as its interim president since February. He replaces Steven Youso, who announced in January that he intended to retire this month.
“Kurt has truly stepped up to provide stability and leadership during these past several months, and following a nationwide search, he was the clear choice to lead GHP into the future,” Dr. Jaewon Ryu, Geisinger’s new president and CEO apppointed a year ago, said in a news release.
Geisinger reported $7.1 billion in revenue and $279.1 billion in net income in its fiscal 2019.