MIT Sloan Executive Education
Certificate Holder Profile
Mary Lawrence Staley-Sirois
Principal, Clinical Transformation
Mary Lawrence Staley-Sirois has nearly 20 years of healthcare operational and strategic planning experience across a wide spectrum of provider environments. As a physical therapist with a clinical background, Mary has worked with large and small healthcare systems on the planning necessary for clinical transformation as a result of an electronic health record deployment. This work includes organization governance and change management, medical and clinical staff collaboration on best practice processes, organizational budget development and related benefits realization, and detailed project planning.
Mary's work is focused on leveraging the skills of teams within healthcare organizations to better develop the deployment of any strategic initiative, from product development to transformation of clinical process and practice to electronic health record adoption. In addition to her work in the healthcare provider market, Mary works closely with international organizations to develop educational programs that aim to improve healthcare in developing countries.
"The MIT Executive Certificate in Strategy and Innovation provided me with the knowledge and skills necessary to build DIVURGENT's Clinical Transformation practice. The strategic planning and product development lifecycle skills are critical to the company's business offerings and long term strategy."