Mark Kelley, MD
Advanced Leadership Fellow, Harvard University
Mark A. Kelley, M.D., is an Advanced Leadership Fellow at Harvard University with special interests in health care policy, quality and medical education. After his undergraduate and medical education at Harvard, Dr. Kelley trained in internal medicine, and pulmonary- critical care at the University of Pennsylvania. As professor of medicine and Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs, he led physician and hospital network development across the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Dr. Kelley subsequently served as Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for the Henry Ford Health System, and Chief Executive Officer of the Henry Ford Medical Group (HFMG). One of the nation’s largest academic group practices, HFMG has an annual budget in excess of $600M. The Group employs over 1200 physicians and scientists, trains 700 students and residents and conducts more than $60 million in biomedical research. HFMG is a major affiliate of Wayne State School of Medicine and provides the clinical training for nearly half of its medical students During Dr. Kelley’s tenure, Henry Ford received the following recognitions for health care quality: the Codman Award from the Joint Commission, the John Eisenberg Award from the National Quality Forum, and the Malcolm Baldrige Award from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Dr. Kelley is a published authority on medical education and physician workforce and has received numerous teaching awards. He has served as chairman of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the ABIM Foundation. He has been a director of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education; the American Board of Medical Specialties; and the American Medical Group Association (AMGA). He has also served on the HHS Council on Graduate Medical Education (COGME). He is currently a Commissioner for the Joint Commission, which accredits hospitals and other health care organizations. Dr. Kelley is a Master of the American College of Physicians, that society’s highest recognition.