Chief Population Health Officer, Enli Health Intelligence
Dr. Jacquelyn Hunt is the Chief Population Health Officer at Enli Health Intelligence. In this role, she serves as a knowledge partner, assisting organizations in blending strategy, technology and organizational transformation to achieve Triple Aim outcomes. She also oversees Enli’s Knowledge to Action® value stream and health promotion program development.
Prior to joining Enli, Dr. Hunt served as the Chief Quality Officer and Chief Information Officer at Bellin Health System, a Pioneer and Next Generation ACO program participant, and a nationally-recognized leader in quality care delivery.
Dr. Hunt completed a Merck Foundation Fellowship with the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (2008-2009) focused on Triple Aim, Large Scale Transformation and Patient-Centered Health Technology.
Prior to her IHI Fellowship, Dr. Hunt served as the Executive Director of Quality and Care Redesign with Providence Health & Services.
Dr. Hunt received her B.S. in Pharmacy from Oregon State University with a certificate in Gerontology. She earned a Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Texas Health Science Center, where she also completed a two-year residency in Pharmacotherapy and Ambulatory Medicine. She later received her Master of Science degree in Clinical Research Design and Biostatistics from the University of Michigan.