Daniel Liebman is a research student at Costs of Care and a Foster Scholar at the Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation. His research interests lie at the intersection of healthcare policy, management, and clinical practice, with a focus on improving the quality, availability, and value of healthcare. His current work seeks to better understand the present volume-to-value shift within the healthcare system, and the role of effective partnership between health system leaders and clinicians in navigating this transition.
Daniel is a second-year medical student at Harvard Medical School. He currently serves as Secretary of the Medical Student Section of the Massachusetts Medical Society, and as President of Harvard’s MMS medical student chapter. He is also on the executive board for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Harvard chapter, and is a founding member of the Harvard Medical Innovation Network.
Daniel received undergraduate degrees in Health Policy and American Studies summa cum laude from Brandeis University.