Roy Rosin, MBA

Chief Innovation Officer
Roy Rosin is the chief innovation officer at Penn Medicine. He works with thought leaders from across the health system to turn ideas into measurable impact in the areas of health outcomes, patient experience, and high-value care.
Previously, Roy served as the first vice president of innovation for Intuit, a leading software company best known for Quicken, QuickBooks, and TurboTax. In this role, he led changes in how Intuit manages new business creation, allowing small teams pursuing new opportunities to get to market and experiment rapidly.
Roy also built innovation programs that dramatically increased entrepreneurial activity, with annual new releases rising from five per year to 30, with materially faster time to market. After five years of Intuit's unique approach to growth, the company had delivered shareholder returns of 33x the S&P 500.
Roy received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and graduated with honors from Harvard College. Outside of work, he serves as a board member and angel investor for venture-funded startups, an advisor to Fortune 100 companies, and an avid spectator at his kids' track and cross-country events.



Passion areas

Helping people achieve and maintain health while supporting the incredible clinicians who do the hard work.

Favorite project outcome

Every time we materially move a needle – keeping people out of the hospital, shortening stays in the hospital, reducing symptoms or side effects, enabling faster access to care, or just eliminating friction – which happily, this team does often!

What will the future of health care look like?

Value-based, lower friction, moving to lower-cost care sites and staying more continually connected with patients.

Favorite innovator

Scott Cook

Favorite innovation


Favorite quote about innovation

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.” - Nelson Mandela

Favorite travel destination

Wellfleet, MA...and all national parks

Little known fact about me

In the 1980s, I built a model that accurately predicted 81 percent of NFL game outcomes…and it wasn't even called big data back then!

I could teach you how to

Conduct research in a way that helps you see what others have missed.

Favorite quote

"Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; it's also what it takes to sit down and listen." - Winston Churchill

The best advice I've ever received

Fall in love with the problem, not the solution.

Favorite downtime activity

Playing with my dog

My Pet

Meet my new puppy, Addy.


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