Jennifer Daley has extensive experience in analyzing utilization, cost and quality data from large administrative databases from both Medicare and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) sources. Jennifer has considerable experience in clinical risk adjustment and model development and served as the co-chair and director of research of the National Surgical Quality Improvement Project in the VA, which has now become the premier quality improvement program of the American College of Surgeons.
Jennifer has managed utilization and quality of care across different patient settings and organizations including the analysis of social determinants of health. She was Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Clinical Quality at Tenet Healthcare with over 115 hospitals and 200 outpatient centers across 16 states. Jennifer was responsible for utilization management, case management, evidence based practice, access, and patient safety. From 2007 to 2010, she was Chief Medical Officer at Partners Community Healthcare, the management services organization for the Partners network of physician and hospitals that supports more than 5,500 physicians in efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of health care services and to promote adoption of clinical technologies. Most recently, Jennifer has served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the UMass Memorial Medical Center where she had day to day responsibility for large scale project management of multiple projects with profit and loss responsibility.