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



(603) 650-6366


  • 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


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

Areas of Expertise

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


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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