Lally, MD, FACP
Kate M. Lally, MD, FACP, is the chief of palliative care, Care New England Health System, also serves as medical director at Integra Accountable Care Organization and hospice medical director of Care New England VNA Hospice.
At Care New England, she developed a system-wide comprehensive, interdisciplinary palliative care program that has expanded from the hospital into the community. Dr. Lally spearheaded Care New England's role as a Pioneer Sponsor in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's “Conversation Ready” initiative and helped integrate “Conversation Ready” principles into the health system's palliative care program. She has served on the faculty of the IHI since 2013, and as a result has developed and led a number of on-line and in person educational initiatives for both national and international audiences.
As a result of her work, she has received numerous awards including “Top Doc” in RI monthly, Providence Business News “40 under 40” and was named an “Inspiring Hospice and Palliative Medicine Leader Under 40” by the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
Dr. Lally is a graduate of Yale School of Medicine and did her post-graduate training in internal medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She currently serves as a clinical assistant professor of medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.