Lisa Maxwell, M.D., MHCDS, has been appointed chief clinical transformation officer.
In her new role, Dr. Maxwell will lead the design of an integrated, coordinated clinical service delivery transformation strategy that maximizes efficiency, enhances quality and continuously optimizes care.
Dr. Maxwell has already had an opportunity to lead transformation efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as we rapidly transition to virtual health care delivery in response to our community’s continued need for clinical services to be delivered safely.
Under Dr. Maxwell’s leadership, ChristianaCare will continue to develop new care models that transcend settings, promote value-based care and improve the patient experience across the clinical enterprise.
As an institutional transformation agent, Dr. Maxwell will promote new ideas and new ways of thinking about clinical care delivery to accelerate achievement of population health.
Dr. Maxwell has served as ChristianaCare’s chief learning officer since March 2019; she was named associate chief learning officer in 2016. Prior to that, she worked in both student and resident education, serving as the program director in Family Medicine, co-program director for the Emergency Medicine-Family Medicine Residency Program and director for Undergraduate Medical Education. She has served as interim chair for the Department of Family & Community Medicine.
Dr. Maxwell completed her medical education at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Her residency training took place at Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine.
She joined ChristianaCare in 2005, completing a fellowship in faculty development with a focus on the care of underserved populations. In addition to leading efforts in clinical system education, she led efforts to establish the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University’s Delaware Branch Campus for medical students.
She received a Master of Health Care Delivery Science from Dartmouth College in 2018.
She has held regional and local leadership positions in various organizations, including on the board of the Delaware Institute of Medical Education and Research (DIMER). She continues to practice primary care at ChristianaCare Family Medicine at Claymont Center.
She reports to Ken Silverstein, M.D., MBA, chief physician executive and executive vice president.