We combine over 100 years of experience serving healthcare transformation efforts across the nation. With our deep knowledge of the unique Commonwealth healthcare marketplace we can provide tailored technical assistance services to help ACOs and CPs deliver more effective and efficient services to achieve better health outcomes. We do this by employing teams with the right knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience with healthcare transformation engagements varying from discrete, targeted engagements to large-scale statewide reform projects, quickly when and where you need them. As the lead technical advisor on to an 1115 DSRIP program in a large state, our teams know and understand the dos and don’ts to support ACOs and CPs in achieving sustainable successes and deploying leading practices to align goals and deliverables with statewide objectives to maximize the impact of TA funding.


  • A deep understanding of and experience with the Massachusetts healthcare market.
  • Ability to deploy experienced team members as you need them.
  • Established and effective practice in value based payment, delivery system reform, health IT, data analytics and population health management solutions.
  • Rigorous project management to support lasting change.


We have provided technical assistance services for healthcare transformation efforts across the nation and has an established history supporting implementation of 1115 efforts, as well as working directly with integrated health systems on delivery reforms and IT implementation engagements. As the lead technical advisor to a large state DSRIP program, we have amassed a wealth of experience and implemented solutions that span the gambit of the nine MassHealth TA Domains. One particularly successful experience was the design and execution of a rapid cycle continuous improvement program to help support the reduction of avoidable hospital use in high utilizer patients. The program was offered by the State to (hospital-led) provider networks in order to help them integrate care with community and behavioral healthcare partners and reroute high-utilizer patient pathways, while simultaneously improving frontline operational processes. The program focuses on the development of shared workflows and mutually agreed on performance metrics, implementation of shared protocols for transitions of care, and better communication between teams across the continuum of care. To date, over 900 frontline healthcare professionals across almost 80 hospital-led teams have participated in the program, with results seeing an overall reduction in inpatient high-utilizer activity of almost 13% across participating teams when measured against control cohorts.

The statements in this document are made solely by KPMG. No statement in this document should be construed as an official position of or endorsement by Abt Associates Inc. or the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services.


KPMG LLP (KPMG) is a member of a global network of professional firms that has provided audit, tax, and advisory services for over 25 years. The 35,000 partners and professionals in our U.S. member firm have a rich understanding of the realities of the healthcare industry, because they have been there themselves. Technical consultants have experience with healthcare transformation engagements varying from discrete, targeted projects to large-scale complex statewide reform efforts. KPMG has been serving healthcare networks and state and local governments for more than 100 years. Our firm has built up a long history of working with clients from across the care continuum, from hospitals to home care, both inside and outside of Massachusetts. KPMG shares a passion in this work to help healthcare organizations and governments deliver more effective and efficient services to achieve better health outcomes.


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  • “The Accelerated Continuous Improvement (KACI) approach pushed us to look at things differently, to change our culture.” – Senior Vice President of a large urban hospital
  • “KPMG is a key strategic partner for us in all our DSRIP work and plays a pivotal role in our value- based payment reform efforts.” – Former State Medicaid Director


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