Health Care Transformation and Innovation
The Health Care Transformation and Innovation (HCTI) department is responsible for developing a coordinated strategy to advance care delivery transformation policy and programs, including developing and implementing the agency’s investment strategy. HCTI is responsible for administering several grant programs designed to catalyze care delivery transformation in the Commonwealth. The Community Hospital Acceleration, Revitalization, and Transformation (CHART) program, the Health Care Innovation Investment (HCII) program, and the SHIFT-Care Challenge collectively represent a key component of the HPC’s efforts to increase health care quality, equity, and access while reducing cost growth in the Commonwealth. HCTI also advances the Commonwealth’s goals of accelerating adoption of new integrated care models through state certification programs for patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs) and enhanced transparency of such efforts. The department – in collaboration with other state agencies and stakeholders – works to promote and align innovative care delivery and payment models and address upstream causes of poor health outcomes. Through these efforts, HCTI supports the HPC’s vision of a care delivery system that reduces spending and improves health for all residents by delivering coordinated, patient-centered, and efficient health care that reflects patients’ behavioral, social, and medical needs. HCTI is led by Kelly Hall.
About the Director
Kelly Hall is the Senior Director, Health Care Transformation and Innovation (HCTI) at the Health Policy Commission. In this role, Kelly is responsible for developing a coordinated strategy to advance care delivery transformation policy and programs, including developing and implementing the agency’s investment strategy and certification programs. Prior to joining the HPC, Kelly led efforts to support health care organizations in addressing health related social needs as a senior executive at Wellist, a digital health company, and at Health Leads, a not-for profit working at the intersection of health care and communities. In leadership roles over nearly 14 years at Partners HealthCare, Kelly was also responsible for a range of strategic initiatives aimed at improving patient outcomes, access, and experience while encouraging efficiency, including a system-wide effort at condition-focused care redesign to complement alternative payment models. Kelly holds a B.A. degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where she was the recipient of the Branstrom Prize for Academic Excellence.