Lindsay Swain Hunt
Prior to joining the Meadows Institute, Lindsay was the Director of Systems Transformation with the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. In this role, Lindsay was responsible for the overall management of the Center’s Systems Transformation and Leadership portfolio. While at the Center, Lindsay designed and led a national accelerated improvement program focused on increasing the COVID-19 vaccination rate for at-risk populations. She also helped secure and led a five-year HRSA-funded telehealth-enabled education program for rural health systems in West Virginia, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Prior to joining the Center for Primary Care, Lindsay worked for nine years at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) where she helped to launch The Conversation Project, a national campaign to promote end-of-life conversations. In her role at the Meadows Institute, Lindsay supports the Institute’s goals of innovation in patient engagement and helps build multi-stakeholder partnerships to drive systemic behavioral health transformation in Texas and nationally.
Lindsay holds a Masters of Education with a focus on Adult and Organizational Learning from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University. She is a graduate of IHI’s Improvement Advisor program, and she is currently completing a Masters in Health Care Transformation at the University of Texas at Austin.