Mike Meyer has spent his career serving healthcare organizations in their strategic and human capital initiatives. Over these years he has built multiple businesses. Meyer is known for his work with health care leaders; his extensive network and in-depth knowledge about healthcare, the intersection among science and practice, how it is funded and delivered, and the policy changes that drive the industry. His recruits, strategic partnerships and other consulting work has positively changed organizations, driven top- and bottom-line growth, and created new healthcare organizations. He has worked with many of the leading academic centers and payors including Horizon BCBSNJ, MD Anderson, Guidewell, Mayo Clinic, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, UCSF as well as major associations. The firm is also the host of the very successful Cancer Summit held in New York City.
Meyer founded Meyer Consulting in 2007 to offer healthcare organizations a consulting firm that has a unique business model encompassing strategic and marketing consulting, human capital consulting and executive search.
Before forming Meyer Consulting, his prior experience includes founding and building the insurance practice and serving as a board member at Witt/Kieffer, the largest healthcare executive search firm in the US. He was also the vice president in charge of the New York office of Amherst Associates, a health care analytics and consulting company (now part of McKesson), and director with Medicus Systems, a consulting division of Wittaker Corporation, a multi-billion dollar international healthcare conglomerate.
Meyer is the board chair and co-founder of the Institute for Mental Health Research, the only statewide, not-for-profit organization of its kind in the US. He has given numerous speeches and has been widely quoted in healthcare and general publications.
Meyer has lived in Arizona for almost 30 years. He is married and has one daughter and is an avid skier.