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Kate Hilton

Director of ReThink Health

Kate B. Hilton, JD, MTS, is a founding director of ReThink Health. As Senior Faculty for this incubator organization seeking to transform regional health care systems, she specializes in multi-stakeholder engagement and community mobilization. In her role as Co-Lead of a five-year project for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, she designs organizing efforts, teaches leadership skills, and strategizes with teams and coalitions to take collective action to improve health and transform health care. Ms. Hilton is also Lead Faculty of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's Change Agent Network and a Faculty Advisor for the IHI Open School. She serves as Engagement Adviser and Co-Chair of the 100 Million Healthier Lives leadership team and as Faculty in its Community Health Accelerators Certificate Program. She is also a faculty member in the Global Health Fellows, Rockefeller Leadership Fellows, and Management and Leadership Development Programs of Dartmouth College. Ms. Hilton is a principal in Practice for Leading Change at Harvard University. She has taught with Marshall Ganz at the Harvard Kennedy School and works closely with him and Leading Change to design curriculum, lead training, teach courses, write articles, and coach teams in leadership skills and organizing strategy. She has coached and led training on improving health care quality and lowering costs not only in the US but abroad.
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