Vice President of Population Health & Network Development at LCMC Health
Meg Vitter serves as the Vice President of Population Health & Network Development for LCMC Health. In this role, she is responsible for leading population health initiatives across the health system and managing LCMC Health’s transition from volume to value. Vitter oversees LCMC’s clinically integrated network and population health services organization. Prior to joining LCMC in 2014, she spent a year at Ochsner Health System as the Assistant Vice President for Physician Development where she focused on community physician alignment and clinical integration. Before moving back to her hometown of New Orleans in 2013, Vitter spent 12 years at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston where she held a variety of strategic planning and business development roles within the MGH Physicians Organization and spent time in hospital operations as the Director of Pediatric Surgery. Vitter received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Health Administration degree from Tulane University.