Partners HealthCare At Home Announces
Waltham (March 25) – Partners HealthCare at Home (PHH) announces the appointment of Rey Spadoni as its new president, who will serve as its senior advisor on strategy, planning, and the integration of opportunities to grow PHH’s business and reputation throughout Massachusetts. In this role, he will work closely with clinical and administrative leaders throughout Partners and the region to develop new models of home healthcare that will grow in importance in the coming years.
“I’m very pleased to have joined such a great team of clinicians, managers and staff at Partners HealthCare at Home who all continuously strive to deliver compassionate and exceptional quality care to our patients,” said Spadoni. “In my thirty plus years working within the local health care industry, I’ve repeatedly been impressed by the tremendous innovations and collaborations found throughout the Partners HealthCare System and I’m delighted to now be a part of it.”
Spadoni brings more than 30 years of experience in a variety of health care settings that will strengthen PHH’s strategic efforts amidst the challenges the organization faces in today’s evolving and competitive health care environment. As the president and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association of Boston (VNAB), Spadoni led his management team to improve quality scores and establish profitability in all divisions and worked with the organization's Board of Directors to finalize a merger and strategic affiliation with Atrius Health Care.
Prior to VNAB, Spadoni worked in an acute care hospital setting, serving as Quincy Medical Center's vice president of planning and development. He also led Dimock Community Health Center, and served in the managed care industry as an executive at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Neighborhood Health Plan. Spadoni began his career as a consultant with Ernst & Young where he worked closely with numerous hospitals, including several of the organizations that are now part of Partners. He is currently active in a number of national and local industry trade organizations and serves on the board of a local domestic violence agency, DOVE.
“With the shifts in health care delivery and reimbursement occurring across the Commonwealth and the country, we have many opportunities to collaborate with hospitals, physicians and insurance providers to develop new models of care outside of the hospital setting that effectively meet the needs of a growing population who are living longer and managing chronic and severe illnesses,” said David Storto, president of Partners Continuing Care and Spaulding Rehabilitation Network. “I am confident that Rey will bring the richness of the PHH organization to the next level in answering the needs of our community.”