Phil Goodney is a vascular surgeon, health services researcher, Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Surgery, Director of the Center for the Evaluation of Surgical Care at Dartmouth (CESC), and Co-Director of the VA Outcomes Group at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in White River Junction, Vermont. His research interests include outcomes assessment using both quantitative and qualitative methods, clinical trials, patient preferences, and shared decision making. He received a Career Development Award from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute in 2010, the Lifeline Research Award from the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS), and research funding from VA HSR&D, PCORI, FDA and others. He was elected to the American Surgical Association in 2016, and serves on multiple editorial boards of surgical, cardiovascular, and health services journals.
Within the Vascular Quality Initiative, the SVS’s quality improvement program, Goodney is Chair of the Research Advisory Committee. He leads the development of the Vascular Implant Surveillance and Interventional Outcomes Network (VISION), a claims/registry-based surveillance distributed research network which links Medicare data to the SVS’s national registry to allow timely tracking of short- and long-term outcomes across 407 hospitals and practices across the United States. Goodney also leads a 20-site, cluster-randomized trial of a decision aid for military veterans facing treatment for an abdominal aortic aneurysm, PROVE-AAA.
Since joining the faculty at Dartmouth in 2008, Goodney has mentored over 25 young clinicians and scientists in the early stages of their research careers, including surgical residents, clinical fellows, and faculty with career development awards.
Goodney earned a BS from the University of Connecticut, an MD from the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine, and an MS from The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.
Kayla Moore, Research Project Director
Protamine Reduces Serious Bleeding Complications Associated with Carotid Endarterectomy in Asymptomatic Patients without Increasing the Risk of Stroke, Myocardial Infarction, or Death in a Large National Analysis.
Stone DH, Giles KA, Kubilis P, Suckow BD, Goodney PP, Huber TS, Powell RJ, Cronenwett JL, Scali ST
Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg|2020 Oct 27
Bertges DJ, White R, Cheng YC, Sun T, Ramkumar N, Goodney PP, Wilgus RW, Lottes AE, Smale JA, Drozda J, Raska M, Heise T, Jones WS, Tcheng JE, Eldrup-Jorgensen J, Sedrakyan A, Malone ML, Marinac-Dabic D, Thatcher R, Morales P, Krucoff MW, Cronenwett JL
J Vasc Surg|2020 Oct 17
Voicu S, Trooboff SW, Goodney PP, Zwolak RM, Powell RJ
J Vasc Surg|2020 Sep
Columbo JA, Goodney PP, Gladders BH, Tsougranis G, Wanken ZJ, Trooboff SW, Powell RJ, Stone DH
J Vasc Surg|2020 Jul 15
Eid MA, Barnes JA, Trooboff SW, Goodney PP, Wong SL
J Surg Res|2020 Nov