Gregg Meyer, MD, MSc

Associate Professor of Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute
Chief Clinical Officer and Executive Vice President for Population Health, Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Paul B. Batalden Chair in Healthcare Leadership Improvement, Geisel School of Medicine
Senior Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs, Geisel School of Medicine

Gregg S. Meyer, MD, MSc

Email

Phone

(603) 650-6366

Education

  • MA, Harvard School of Public Health, 1993
  • MSc, Oriel College, Oxford University, UK, 1988
  • MD, Albany Medical College, NY, 1986
  • BS, Union College, NY, 1982
     

Curriculum Vitae

Gregg S. Meyer CV

Affiliations

Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Geisel School of Medicine
Dartmouth Institute For Health Policy & Clinical Practice

Areas of Expertise

Healthcare Quality, Health Policy, Patient Safety, Population Health, Medical Management


Awards:

1995 – 2000 Generalist Physician Faculty Scholars Award-Robert Wood Foundation
2000 Director’s Award for Excellence Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
2001 Director’s Award of Merit-Intramural Research Review Team U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-AHRQ
2003 – 2007, 2009 Partners in Excellence Award Partners Healthcare System
2010 Nathaniel Bowditch Prize Massachusetts General Hospital

Published Research

Two Hundred Years of Hospital Costs and Mortality – MGH and Four Eras of Value in Medicine
New England Journal of Medicine, 2012;366(23): 2147-9 Percutaneous Coronary Interventions without On-Site Cardiac Surgery
New England Journal of Medicine., 2012;366(19): sha1814-23 Hospital-wide Mortality as a Quality Metric: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges
Am J Med Qual., Sept. 14, 2011; Design of Simulation Scenarios for a Program Introducing Patient Safety, Teamwork, Safety Leadership and Simulation to Healthcare Leaders and Managers
Simul Healthc., Aug 2011;6(4): 231-8 Predictors of non-adherence to National Hospital Quality Measures for heart failure and pneumonia
Am J Med., Jul 2011;124(7): 636-46 A Case for Safety Training Leadership of Hospital Managers
Health Care Manage Rev, 2011;36(2): 1-13 Controlling healthcare costs by removing waste: what American doctors can do now
BMJ Quality and Safety Journal, February 21, 2011;Vol. 20 no. 6: 534-537

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