Dan Meuse is a Lecturer in Public Affairs and the Deputy Director of State Health and Value Strategies, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dan oversees the management and coordination of the technical assistance provided to states, with particular interest in Section 1332 waivers and alternative payment models. He was deeply involved in ACA implementation at the state level as Deputy Chief of Staff for Rhode Island’s Lieutenant Governor. Dan was the principle subject matter expert for the Rhode Island Healthcare Reform Commission on Health Insurance Exchange policy and delivery system and payment reform through mid-2014. He also served as the State Innovation Model (SIM) project director for Rhode Island’s Model Design project and led the Exchange’s stakeholder engagement efforts.
Dan serves as a policy workshop instuctor for the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs' Junior Summer Institute and in the school's graduate program. Dan received a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Providence College.