Mark Kelley, MD
Section Editors: Patient-Centered Clinical Innovation
Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Henry Ford Health System and Chief Executive Officer, Henry Ford Medical Group
Mark Kelley, MD, is Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of the Henry Ford Health System, Chief Executive Officer of the Henry Ford Medical Group, and Professor of Medicine at the Wayne State School of Medicine. Previously, he was Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Vice Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Chief of Medicine and Associate Chief of Staff at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. As past Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania, he was responsible for the physician and hospital network development and for the coordination of clinical practice integration across the health system. Kelley has additionally served as Chairman of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), the ABIM Foundation, Group Practice Advisory Committee of the American Medical Association, COMPACCS, the national manpower study on pulmonary and critical care, and FOCCUS, a committee commissioned by the professional societies in critical care to address challenges in critical care delivery. A practicing pulmonary physician listed in "Best Doctors in America", Dr. Kelley is a fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and a master of the American College of Physicians. Kelley received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard University.