Dwight McNeill is a teacher, writer, and consultant. He is a Lecturer at Suffolk University where he teaches courses in population health and health policy.
Dwight has published two previous books on health analytics, including A Framework for Applying Analytics in Healthcare: What Can Be Learned from the Best Practices in Retail, Banking, Politics, and Sports and (editor) Analytics in Healthcare and the Life Sciences: Strategies, Implementation Methods, and Best Practices . He has also published many journal articles, including “Building Organizational Capacity: A Cornerstone of Health System Reform” (with Janet Corrigan) in Health Affairs.
Over his 30-year career, he has worked in corporate settings, most recently as Global Leader for Business Analytics and Optimization for the Healthcare Industry for IBM, and previously at GTE; government settings at the federal (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) and state (Commonwealth of MA) levels; analytics companies; and provider settings. He consults on analytics innovations to improve population health management and person-centered health.
Dwight earned his PhD from Brandeis University in Health and Social Policy and his MPH from Yale University in Public Health and Epidemiology.