Press Release: Archway Health Bolsters Team Ahead of Expected New Bundled Payments Programs from CMS

Additions of General Manager of BPCI, Director of Operations, Senior Client Manager, and Client Manager Bring a Broad Scope of Healthcare Experience

WATERTOWN, Mass., – September 7, 2017 – With an expected announcement of a new bundled payments program from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Archway Health has hired four new team members to bolster and expand the organization’s capabilities, operations, and client services. Currently, Archway is a leading partner to specialists, hospitals, conveners and other specialty healthcare providers in CMS’s Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI); it is believed a new program will be announced within the next month.

Keely Macmillan joins as general manager of BPCI, a new position for the company, and will oversee the next generation program. In addition, Archway hired Tim Williams, director of operations; Jacqueline DaSilva, senior client manager; and Jackie Jacobs, client manager.

“We fully expect and are prepared for the next generation of Medicare bundled payment programs, and have added to our team to help providers prepare as well,” said Dave Terry, founder and CEO. “At Archway, we are committed to building the premier bundled payments team, and I am excited to bring on board team members that have the deep experience and expertise in this space to help improve our organization today and better position us for tomorrow.”

Previously, Macmillan was manager of government payment policy at Partners HealthCare, the largest health system in Massachusetts, where she managed public payer financial forecasting and led the government payment policy team in the analysis of performance-based reimbursement models. Among other topics, Macmillan is recognized as an expert in alternative payment models including bundled payments, ACOs, value-based purchasing, and MACRA’s Quality Payment Program. Macmillan earned a master’s degree from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science from Yale University.

In addition to Macmillan, Williams, DaSilva, and Jacobs all joined the company in new positions.

Williams is an accomplished strategist in the healthcare technology industry, with nearly 10 years of experience in value-based healthcare. He will join Archway as director of operations, while also serving as product manager for Carelink, Archway’s patient-tracking platform. Previously, Williams drove care coordination efforts at MaineHealth ACO, leading development of a strategic plan for population health management. He also held senior strategy positions at RxAnte and Health Dialog. He earned an MBA from Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts in Managerial Economics from Colby College.

DaSilva has a diverse background in healthcare consulting, management and client relations. As senior client manager, she will guide providers in their bundled payment program design, setup and ongoing management. Previously, DaSilva was director of quality improvement at Kindred Hospital, and also was performance improvement manager with Cape Cod Healthcare’s ACO. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Bryn Mawr College and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Care Professional School of Nursing.

Jacobs has a range of healthcare and client management experience in both commercial and nonprofit settings. As client manager, she will assist bundled payment participants in navigating their program. Previously, Jacobs managed patient accounts on a national scale at American Renal Associates, in addition to working with A Little Easier Recovery nonprofit organization for cancer patients. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

About Archway Health Archway Health, founded in 2014 and built on a deep foundation of healthcare payment reform expertise, works with providers to design and execute care and risk management programs that drive success in bundled payment programs. Archway is currently working with leading healthcare providers participating in the CMS BPCI and OCM programs, as well as with commercial payers operating bundled payment initiatives. To support these programs, Archway works with providers to analyze their opportunities and risks and to deploy its comprehensive platform of analytics, patient tracking tools, and advisory services to ensure their success in bundled payments. For more information, please visit


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