Mark A. Kelley, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Henry Ford Health System
CEO, Henry Ford Medical Group
LDI Adjunct Senior Fellow

"Will Health Costs Bury American Manufacturing? A Report from Detroit"

October 3, 2003
12:00 - 1:30 PM

Colonial Penn Center Auditorium

Biosketch Slides

LDI Adjunct Senior Fellow, Dr. Mark Kelley is Chief Medical Officer of Henry Ford Health System and Chief Executive Officer of the Henry Ford Medical Group (HFMG). He leads the clinical, educational, and research activities for its 900 physicians. HFMG is one of the largest group practices in the United States. In addition, annually, HFMG trains over 700 students and residents and conducts over $50 million of biomedical research.

Previously, Dr. Kelley was Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine where he held a variety of positions. He was director of the pulmonary fellowship and internal medicine programs. He served as Vice Chair of Medicine, Chief of Medicine at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs. In the latter role, he was responsible for physician and hospital network development and for the coordination of clinical practice integration across UPHS.

Dr. Kelley completed both his bachelor's and his M.D. degrees at Harvard University and then served as chief medical resident and fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a nationally recognized expert in the subspecialty of pulmonary diseases and critical care medicine and continues to maintain an active clinical practice. He is listed in "'Best Doctors of America" and "Who's Who in America". His research interests include the cost-effective use of technology, health care economics, and medical education.

Dr. Kelley is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and of the American College of Chest Physicians. He has served as Chairman of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), the professional organization which awards board certification to all internists and medical subspecialties. He is currently the Chairman of the ABIM Foundation Board. He has chaired COMPACCS, the national manpower study on pulmonary and critical care and currently chairs FOCCUS, a committee commissioned by the professional societies in critical care to redesign critical care practice. Dr. Kelley is past President of the Pennsylvania Thoracic Society and contributes editorial expertise and/or guest reviews to six professional journals.

| About LDI | Contact Us | Senior Fellows | Research | Health Policy | Education | Calendar | Publications | Related Links | Search
Copyright 2003
The Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics.
All Rights Reserved.