Craig Westling serves as the director of education at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, where he is responsible for strategy and operations for all graduate degree and professional education programs.
Westling previously served as managing director of professional education and outreach, which involved translating the Institute’s research and ideas into practical, frontline tools and educational offerings. Before that he was the managing director of accountable care, where he co-managed the Brookings-Dartmouth ACO Learning Network and facilitated ACO pilot site implementations around the country.
Westling is an assistant professor of health policy and clinical practice and teaches courses on health policy, ethics, and an introduction to public health. His research examines the ethical conflicts and resulting moral distress created by changing reimbursement and clinical care models.
Westling is actively involved in community health, serving on the board of directors for the Good Neighbor Health Clinic in White River Junction, VT, as well as advising medical groups and startup companies in the digital health field.
Westling holds a DrPH in Health Leadership from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an MPH from Dartmouth College, an MS in Health Administration from New England College, and a BA from Middlebury College.
Westling CR, Walsh T, Nelson WA
J Healthc Manag|2017 Jan/Feb