PhD, University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, 2007; MA, Northeastern University, 2001; AB, Princeton University, 1999
Health care, data analytics, public policy
Lindsey Leininger is a public health educator and researcher with expertise in data-driven health policy. Her primary focus is teaching and translating quantitative methods to health care leaders; over her career she has taught and trained physicians, policymakers, and executives. At Tuck she teaches courses at the intersection of health analytics, public health, and the health care industry. Prior to joining Dartmouth, she spent a decade designing and leading advanced analytics projects for the Medicaid program, both in academic and think-tank settings. Lindsey received her PhD from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy.
With M. Tomaino and E. Meara, “Health-Related Quality of Life in High-Cost, High-Need Populations.”