Tony Meyer

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Psychology

Dr. Meyer is a clinical psychologist with expertise in health psychology and healthcare consulting. His 20 years of leadership experience in healthcare span clinical service delivery, research, operations, management consultation, and program development. In addition to his PsyD from Pepperdine University, he has a Master's Degree in Healthcare Policy and Management from SUNY Stony Brook University and a Master's Certificate in Public Health and Outcomes Measurement from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Meyer is also a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ).

Dr. Meyer has held management, consulting, and academic faculty positions in several large healthcare organizations including Partners Healthcare/Harvard Medical School, Northwell Health/Hofstra Medical School and Albert Einstein School of Medicine, and the New York City Health + Hospitals system. As a healthcare consultant, his area of expertise includes service line transformation (change management, population health, value-based care) and quality/performance improvement.

Health psychology has been a primary area of research interest for Dr. Meyer. He has been awarded more than 8 Million dollars in grant funding as the Principal Investigator/Program Director for a number of large, national research projects and program development efforts.


BA, University of Texas, San Antonio

MS, State University of New York, Stony Brook

MS, State University of New York, Stony Brook

PsyD, Pepperdine University

Post-master's Certificate, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Awards / Honors

President's Award (Finalist), Exceptional Patient Experience, Northwell Health, 2012

Professional and Academic Excellence Award, SUNY Stony Brook, 2014

Service Excellence Award, Northwell Health , 2010


Meyer, E., Hagopian, L. P., Paclawskyj, T. R. (1999). A function-based treatment for school refusal behavior using shaping and fading. Research in Developmental Disabilities

Moreau, J., Bonagura, V. R., Meyer, E. (2013). A Qualitative Analysis of Health-Related Quality of Life and Treatment Satisfaction Associated with Rapid Push Scig Therapy. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Bates, S. E., Meyer, E., Ott, M. J., Wornham, W. L., Dean-Clower, E. (2005). Attitudes and Perceptions Regarding Complementary Therapy Interventions for Radiology. Journal of Radiology Nursing

Meyer, E., Fuemmeler, B. F. (2005). Commentary: Psychosocial Functioning of Children and Adolescents Surviving Cancer: The Junior Investigators’ Perspective. Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Ach, E., Gerhardt, C. A., Barrera, M., Kupst, M. J., Meyer, E., Patenaude, A. F., Vannatta, K. (2013). Family factors associated with academic achievement deficits in pediatric brain tumor survivors.. Psycho-oncology

Breyer, J., Sanfeliz, A., Cieurzo, C., Meyer, E. (2006). Loss and Grief.

Meyer, E., Kieran, M. W. (2002). Psychological adjustment of surgery-only pediatric neuro-oncology patients: a retrospective analysis. Psycho-Oncology

Carpentieri, S. C., Meyer, E., Delaney, B. L., Victoria, M. L., Gannon, B. K., Doyle, J. M., Kieran, M. W. (2003). Psychosocial and behavioral functioning among pediatric brain tumor survivors.. Journal of neuro-oncology