Member Since 2021
HCT Executive Interim Management & Consulting
As President of HealthCare Transformation, Inc., (HCT), Jacob Kupietzky provides operational oversight for the company’s key strategic services including change management, interim management, strategic planning, operational effectiveness, quality process improvement, and service excellence. Kupietzky formed the company after serving as a Corporate Officer for Tenet Healthcare Corporation where he provided operational oversight and strategic direction for the company’s key initiatives including Commitment to Quality, Clinical Program Development, Balanced Scorecard, Operation Excellence, and Target 100. Prior to that, he was a senior consultant for Fortune 500 companies on efficient ways to leverage technology and served as a public sector consultant to the United States Marine Corps and the Department of Health and Human Services. Kupietzky holds a BA in political science and a MA in public policy from Columbia University where he was named an International Fellow. Kupietzky is a board member for several non for profits in Chicago and internationally. He is a Wexner Foundation Fellow and recently completed their Heritage Leadership program. He is passionate about sustainable change and helping organizations manage and create transformational changes across their enterprises.
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HCT’s business is healthcare. HCT is the only firm to earn the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval and delivers only the best talent to fill critical interim leadership roles and consulting needs for hospitals and healthcare systems. From healthcare administrators seeking talented interim executives to fill unexpected vacancies, to healthcare professionals looking for interim leadership career opportunities—HCT has the experience and expertise to go above and beyond to truly be a resource and partner.