Tzvetomir Gradevski serves Healthsperien clients and partners by providing analysis and research on issues that directly impact their strategic goals and operational initiatives. He is especially knowledgeable in the provision of long-term services and supports (LTSS), post-acute care, and end of life care. Tzvetomir also enhances the work of internal and external stakeholders by evaluating emerging health policy research and analyzing the changing developments in the broader health policy landscape.
As a student at the University of Pennsylvania, Tzvetomir focused on healthcare policy and built a firm foundation through coursework on the public policy process, comparative coursework on foreign healthcare systems, and comparative coursework on the welfare states of other countries. He also took graduate coursework in achieving evidence-based health policy and bioethics. His main research project focused on the social determinants of health, how they are discussed in other countries, and the impact of discourse on policy.
Tzvetomir has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania along with a minor in Bioethics to supplement his focus on healthcare policy.