JOCELYN CARTER, MD, MPH
Director of the Community CAre Transitions (C-CAT) Initiative, MGPO
Internal Medicine Hospitalist, Albright Medicine
Manager of Trainee Affairs, MGH Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Jocelyn A. Carter, MD, MPH is an Instructor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School and a practicing internal medicine hospitalist of the Albright Hospital Medicine Unit within the Division of General Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. She also serves as director of the CCAT Community CAre Transitions (C-CAT) Initiative linking inpatients at high- risk for readmission with community health workers focused on closing gaps in care driven by social determinants of health. Dr. Carter’s primary research interests include studying health care delivery innovations derived from patient perspectives and evidence-based interventions that improve health outcomes (e.g. hospital readmissions and health care utilization). Dr. Carter is particularly interested in population health interventions and care delivery models that leverage technology while promoting prevention. Dr. Carter is the recipient of the 2012 MGH Clinician Teacher Development Award, the 2016 Partners Healthcare Center for Population Health Systems Implementation Delivery System Award, and the 2017 Aetna Foundation Innovation Fellowship Award sponsored by the MGH Healthcare Transformation Lab. Dr. Carter is the Manger of Trainee Affairs for the MGH Center for Diversity and Inclusion, a member of the MGH Department of Medicine’s Internship Selection Committee, and a Professional Coach for trainees within the MGH Department of Medicine. Dr. Carter also sits on the American Board of Preventive Medicine Public Health Committee.