Kelvin J. Holloway, M.D., Named New Assistant Chief of Performance, Quality and Outcomes

February 22, 2018
ATLANTA – Frank W. Berry, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) announced the hire of Kelvin J. Holloway, M.D., as the new Assistant Chief of Performance, Quality and Outcomes, which became effective February 16, 2018. In his new role at DCH, Dr. Holloway will provide leadership in ensuring that the agency remains focused on quality of care and outcomes in programs under the Medical Assistance Plans Division.
 
As an executive with more than 35 years in the medical industry, Dr. Holloway is strategy-driven leader who has served in several capacities with the Grady Health System, more recently as the Chief Quality Officer. He’s also used his expertise to lead the charge of grooming the next generation of doctors through his work as a clinical faculty member for the Morehouse School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics.
 
“Dr. Holloway’s extensive clinical background and experience as a leader in quality care makes him a perfect fit for this critical position,” said Berry. “The addition of Dr. Holloway to the DCH team further strengthens the agency's mission of providing the citizens of Georgia with access to quality health care through the Medicaid program.”
 
As the Assistant Chief of Performance, Quality and Outcomes, Dr. Holloway will work directly with Blake Fulenwider, Deputy Commissioner, Georgia Medicaid Chief.
 
“For this role, we needed a proven leader in quality improvement functions who could ensure that the agency continues to achieve high-level performance in the Medical Assistance Plans Division,” said Fulenwider. “Dr. Holloway is the person we were looking for, and we’re excited to have him here at DCH as a member of the Medicaid leadership team.”
 
Dr. Holloway attended Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine and his master of business administration from Kennesaw State University.