June 26, 2017

Mike Meyer

Mike Meyer has spent his career serving healthcare organizations in their strategic and human capital initiatives. Over the years he has built multiple consulting and executive search firms. Meyer is known for his work with Board- and C-Suite-level executives, his extensive network of senior healthcare executives, and his in-depth knowledge about healthcare, how it is funded and delivered, and the policy changes that drive the industry. His recruits, strategic partnerships, and other consulting work have positively changed organizations, driven top- and bottom-line growth, and created new healthcare businesses.

Meyer founded Meyer Consulting in 2007 to offer healthcare organizations a consulting firm that has a unique business model encompassing executive search, strategic consulting and human capital consulting. Meyer’s current and former clients include Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, MD Anderson Cancer Center, California Association of Health Plans, WIN Consortium for Personalized Cancer Medicine and numerous other academic centers, large providers, physician groups, and other for- and not-for-profit health care organizations.

Meyer’s recruits have an average tenure of seven years and have achieved major positive change for their employers. He has enabled clients to successfully maneuver the current landscape of healthcare through successful strategic partnership and human capital consulting.

Before forming Meyer Consulting, Meyer was a senior partner and board member of Witt/Kieffer, a top-ten executive search firm in healthcare and not-for profit sectors, where he built and oversaw the firm’s managed care practice. Prior he was vice president in charge of the New York office of Amherst Associates, a public healthcare advisory firm acquired by HBOC, and director with Medicus Systems, a consulting division of Wittaker Corporation, a multi-billion dollar international healthcare conglomerate.

Meyer is an executive committee member and co-founder of the Institute for Mental Health Research. He has been widely quoted on healthcare, mental health, and retiree topics in healthcare and general publications.