Adam Delmolino leads MHA initiatives regarding telehealth, including convening tMED, the Massachusetts Telemedicine Coalition. Adam’s responsibilities also involve post-acute care and care transitions, case management, rural healthcare, pharmaceutical innovations, climate change, and energy issues. Previously, he served as MHA’s Director of State Government Advocacy where he worked on legislative and regulatory efforts on behalf of hospitals and patients with a particular emphasis on telehealth, healthcare payment reform, pharmacy practices, and nursing issues.

Prior to MHA, Adam worked in the Massachusetts House of Representatives as Research Analyst for the Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies and as staff director for the Assistant Vice-Chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee.

Adam received his BA in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross and is a graduate of the Harvard University Extension School, where he received a graduate Certificate in Management. He serves on the Arlington Library Board of Trustees and the Newton-Wellesley Hospital Community Collaborative Elder Council, and sits on the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress Board of Directors.