Bre Loughlin, MS, RN
CEO, Nurse Disrupted, LLC
Bre Loughlin brings 22 years of experience and expertise in healthcare, focusing on simplifying the complex and creating a revolution in transforming technology to elevate nursing practice. As a nurse executive at Epic, she launched five products in eight years with a focus on nursing innovation, mobile solutions, and behavioral health. Her final project at Epic was for the Washington State Healthcare Authority in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Underserved populations needed better access to care immediately. The approach was like nothing Epic had done in the past – faster, lighter, focused. In March 2020 she met the Executive Director for Porchlight. There was another problem that could be solved through nursing and technology. With a pair of donated laptops and a Mi-Fi at the Madison Porchlight shelter she was able to connect nurse volunteers to conduct COVID-19 screening for people entering the shelter.
Starting Nurse Disrupted, LLC was a natural next step for Bre. Mixing compassion, technology, creativity, nursing, and vision in order to focus on light, fast, solution-based technologies addressing healthcare needs.
Tracy Zvenyach, PhD, APRN-NP
President, Nurse Disrupted, LLC
From Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to advocacy in industry, Dr. Zvenyach holds 17 years of expertise in nursing and healthcare policy. Her policy experience and expertise spans the Affordable Care Act, Violence Against Women Act, and obesity prevention and treatment policy. Her research focuses on obesity health policy and health economics.
Dr. Zvenyach is an active member of the Wisconsin Nurses Association and holds an elected role as Chair of the Public Policy Council.
Dr. Zvenyach is an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University where she teaches Health Policy and Advocacy to graduate students at the School of Nursing and Health Studies. Dr. Zvenyach received a B.S. in nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and earned her M.S. in nursing and Ph.D. in health policy at the University of Maryland.